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Newbie: user administation problem 8 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 0
Hi,
perhaps this is a silly question, anyway...
I'm evaluating Go-Global on a Windows 2003 Server machine.
I would like to configure per-user application parameters (i.e. the same application with different command-line parameters for each user).
There are some local windows users but they don't appear in the cluster manager, there are only groups (Bulitin!Administrator, Bulitin!Users, System)
Is this behaviour by design, so the configuration is only possible at the group level or is also possible to configure per-user applcations?
If the last is true, any help would be appreciated.
Thanks
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#3042
Re:Newbie: user administation problem 8 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 6
GO-Global does not maintain it's own DB of users and thus all profiles, settings, etc, are inherited from the Windows OS. Having said that, you can run individual user logon scripts (and commands) by checking the relevant box in the Cluster Manager -> Tools-> Server Options -> "Session Startup" tab. GG will automatically look in a few locations for the existence of the script (check the Administrator guide, chapter IV (~page 54) for specific locations).

If you're looking for Group level configurations, you'll have to do that via the Windows OS. Essentially, create a group in Windows and assign given users. Then locate the application exe (Properties -> Security) and assign the rights for that group.

As a side note, this process applies to v3.x.x and is expected to change with v4.
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#3043
Re:Newbie: user administation problem 8 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 0
Thank you Erikt for your quick answer.
I need to assign different applications to different users: for example only notepad.exe to John and only calc.exe to Mary.
Is there a simple way to achieve this? Is it possible to do that with logon scripts?
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Re:Newbie: user administation problem 8 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 6
You can do this by locating the application exe (Properties -> Security) and assign the rights for those users. If you set permissions accordingly, other users /groups will not see those applications.
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