The differences between Power, Limited and Restricted Users in UTS
Part of the flexibility of UTS eXpress Net 4's configuration
allows an administrator to designate users in one of three
categories: power, limited and restricted.
Restricted users can not change ANY of their settings. They get
only what the administrator assigned to them for host connections,
appearance, scripts, terminal screen settings, etc. This also
includes 'Auto Open Session'.
Limited users have the ability to change everything with the
exception of the Host Connections and Routes Assignments. Only the
administrator can assign and configure the connections and routes.
The user can then change their own colors, fonts, scripts and even
the 'Auto Open Session'. However, because they have this ability to
manage their own configuration, the administrator ONLY has control
over their connection information. If the administrator sets an
option, such as the 'Auto Open Session' for a limited user, it will
not show for that user since they manage their own configuration.
Only restricted users would show those settings from the
Power Users run eXpress Net in a way that they have control over
every aspect of the emulator. There are NO settings that are carried
over from the administrator because the user has FULL privileges to
configure how they want.
If you want to control ALL aspects of your installations, I would
suggest making users "Restricted" so you can set options such as the
'Auto Open Session'. If you want your users to decide options like
that on their own, then you can make them "Limited". You might want
to make yourself a 'Power' user.
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