After you install the Mirage client, the Mirage Management server, and the Mirage server, you can perform certain actions on endpoints. Centralizing EndpointsAfter you install the Mirage client, you centralize the device. Centralization activates the endpoint in the Mirage Management console and synchronizes it with, or assigns it to, a CVD on the Mirage server so that you can centrally manage the device data. Migrate a CVD to a Replacement DeviceYou can migrate a CVD in the Mirage Management server to a replacement device. Creating a Reference Machine from an EndpointYou assign a pending device as a reference CVD and configure it with applications and settings for a base layer that applies to a set of endpoints. After you build and configure the reference machine, you can centralize the device as a reference machine for base layer capture. Provisioning a Layer for an EndpointWhen Mirage is already implemented, you can prepare new devices to be part of the organization using layer provisioning. Provision a DeviceYou can provision pending devices using the Mirage Web Management. You can select the layer to be downloaded, which can be assigned at a later stage. Reconnect a Device to a CVDYou can reconnect a device that has lost its synchronization for any reason to its CVD. After the Force Upload operation, you can then continue backing up incremental changes as before. Delete Pending Device in Mirage Web ManagementYou can delete pending devices that are no longer in use from the Mirage Web Management. This helps you keep the list of pending devices short and does not show obsolete devices that have been uninstalled previously. You can delete only those devices which are in Pending Assignment, Pending CVD Creation, or Pending Registration state. You can also delete multiple devices simultaneously.