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tr.v. con·fig·ured, con·fig·ur·ing, con·fig·ures
To design, arrange, set up, or shape with a view to specific applications or uses: a military vehicle that was configured for rough terrain; configured the computer by setting the system's parameters.

[Middle English configuren, from Old French configurer, from Latin cōnfigūrāre : com-, com- + figūrāre, to form (from figūra, shape; see dheigh- in Indo-European roots).]
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Adj.1.configured - organized so as to give configuration to; "a magnet is surrounded by a configured field"
organized - formed into a structured or coherent whole
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As he smoked he watched the abrupt misting of the stars by a rain- squall that made to windward or to where windward might vaguely be configured.
Some network devices are configured automatically, but doing it manually is not difficult, although, as you'll see, it involves many steps.
The truth is, hacking into an improperly configured wireless system is a piece of cake .
Power solutions with the Powerware 9320 can be easily configured and re- configured by simply adding either 10 or 20 kVA modules to the UPS cabinet for additional capacity or redundancy.
Multiple cabinets can be configured into a single environment enabling Centera to scale up to more than a petabyte of capacity.
Any fully installed and configured PC may be used as a source machine from which to create an image file.