Security Credentials for Log Files

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GregP
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Security Credentials for Log Files

Postby GregP » Wed Sep 08, 2004 5:32 pm

Hi Scott,

Have you considered allowing administrators to specify a username/password for PWB to use when writing to files like the history?

This would allow us to set read-only access (or no access) to all of the important files unless using the appropriate access. Then we just add a user to the domain with specific access to those files.

Of course there are ways to do it now using extra admin apps, but I thought it would be great to have it all bundled together for us security paranoid folks.

(Not that I think every flea-bitten member of the public is out to wreck our systems.) :lol:

Greg

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Re: Security Credentials for Log Files

Postby Mickel Jacson » Fri Jan 02, 2015 5:23 am

In PWB v2, all the buttons are tri-state. They can either be on - true, off -false, or on and renamed. For example, to rename the shell button from "Shell" to "Applications", change the button from true to Applications.



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