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Environment Security with the Jet Data Manager


Overview

You can limit access to certain functionality to members of specific Active Directory (AD) groups. The JDM will also log events in the environment to the Server Log table in the repository. This can be disabled by clearing Enable detailed logging under Additional Settings for the environment.

Adding Security to an Environment

Follow the steps below to add security to an environment.

  1. In the ribbon, on the Tools tab, click on the Environment Properties.  The Environment Properties window opens.

  2. Right click on an environment and click on Environment Security.  The Environment Security window opens.

     

    Each line in the window represents a permission that can be granted to an AD group. You can click on button.png to browse AD groups in the standard interface.  The AD groups you add need to exist on the current domain and you need to be logged in with a user account that is a member of the AD groups you add.

      • In the Admin box, enter the name of the AD group that should have full access to the environment.
      • In the Transfer box, enter the name of the AD group that should be able to transfer a project to the environment.
      • In the Deploy box, enter the name of the AD group that should be able to deploy projects on the environment.
      • In the Execute box, enter the name of the AD group that should be able to execute projects on the environment.
      • In the Database box, enter the name of the AD group that should be able to add, edit, and delete the global databases defined in the environment.
      • Click on OK.
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