1. Double-click on the Cognni icon in the tray bar.


  2. A Cognni Information Security window will pop up, fill in the Organization Key and License Key with the credentials provided by Cognni and click Save.
    NB: If window doesn't close automatically after clicking Save, close manually.


  3. Once the Organization Key and License Key is added, Cognni is ready for your network files to be scanned. To select the network locations that you wish to be scanned, right-click on the Cognni icon in the tray bar and select Settings.

  4. Click on the Network Folders tab (A).

  5. Enter the location of the folder you want scanned into the New Root Location text box (B) and click 'Add' (C).

  6. The location will appear in Root Directory Locations (D), click Save (E).

  7. By default, the scanner is set to run OUTSIDE of office working hours (7PM to 8AM). This can be changed prior to starting the scan, click on the General tab and enter the start and end time of your office working hours and click Save.


  8. Now you're ready to start up the scanner. Right-click on the Cognni icon in the tray bar and select Control Center.

  9. START the Network Folders and the Labels services.


  10. That's it! The application will now begin scanning and classifying the files in the designated network location/s.

  11. You can monitor the progress of scanning and classification with the built-in monitoring feature. Right-click on the Cognni icon in the tray bar and select Monitor.


    Scanned Files: Total scanned files in the selected network folder(s).

    Classified Files: Total classified files in the selected network folder(s).

    Processed Files: Total processed files up until now

    Scanned Files in the Last Hour: Total scanned files in the last 1 hour

    Classified Files in the Last Hour: Total classified files in the last 1 hour

    Processed Files in the Last Hour: Total processed files in the last 1 hour

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If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to send an email to support@cognni.ai

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