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Roles and Permission Groups based security – AN3006

Scope

This document describes the OpenLM Roles and Permission Groups feature, and serves as a reference guide to system administrators who seek intricate grouping and permission granting over their OpenLM managed licensing control system.

General

The OpenLM Server supports a role-based security feature that enables system administrators to implement customized access to OpenLM tools by setting access roles. This feature facilitates the implementation of OpenLM tools for diverse groups; like help desk, system administrators, managers and developers. The role based security system secures nearly all the resources of the OpenLM system’s entities, such as listed servers, fields and action buttons.

Permissions and Roles

Permitting a Resource is the act of granting a certain accessibility level to that resource. Each permission is attached to a specific Resource, granting it a permission attribute. Permission attributes may hold either one of the following values:

  • Allow: The resource is accessible for a user or a user group.
  • Disable: The resource is visible but not accessible for a user or a user group.
  • Deny: The resource is neither visible nor accessible to a user or a user group.

A set of such Resource permissions is referred to as a role. Roles are attributed to certain groups of function holders in a company, each group having different accessibility options to OpenLM’s resources.

Roles’ implementation may be set on, enabling the differentiation of users and groups according to permission levels, or turned off altogether, thus granting all users and user groups full accessibility to all the system’s resources.

Handling of roles and permissions is easily done by system administrators on the EasyAdmin administrative interface of the OpenLM system. The intuitive EasyAdmin control panel incorporates all the options requires to configure the roles and permission groups according to administration requirements.

Role Inheritance

Permission groups possess an inheritance property. This property facilitates the application of similar permission schemes to different groups. By doing so, different groups may be easily created with only slight differences between their permission schemes.

Feedback

The characteristics of the roles and permissions feature have evolved over time, through constant feedback from OpenLM’s dependable customers, and are continuing to evolve according to common requests. For this reason OpenLM encourages its customers to send back their feedback and specific required features.

Creating a new role

In order to create a new role go through the following steps:

1. Roles need to be created using OpenLM Administrator privileges. On the OpenLM Server configuration tool, click Advanced, and then check the Require login credentials box. The Set Administrator window opens. Type in the Administrator Name and Password to create an OpenLM Administrator user.

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2. Open the EasyAdmin web application, and log in with the Administrator’s name and password.

3. Click the Start  button on the EasyAdmin control panel. Follow this path, Users & PermissionsRoles tab. The Roles window appears, with some predefined default roles and their description.

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4. Click the Add icon, to add a role. The Role Details dialog window appears.

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5. Type in the role name and description (e.g. “HelpDesk” and “Help Desk Team” as they appear respectively in the image above). Click Save. Note that the new role name would be saved in lower-case format (i.e. “helpdesk”).

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Adding resources to a role

Adding resources to the newly created role may be done in either one of two methods. The 1st is by manually selecting Resources and attaching them to the new role:

1. In the Roles window, Select the required role, e.g.: “helpdesk”. Click the “Edit” icon. The “Role Details for helpdesk” window appears (Similar to the “Role Details” dialog window depicted above). Note that the default predefined roles may not be edited.

2. Select the Resources tab, and click the green “Add” button. The “Resources Search” dialog box appears. Note that each line in this table contains a Resource name and description, easing the linkage between a registry in the table and its actual function in the OpenLM system.

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3. Select a resource (e.g. the active_products_column_duration as marked above), and click the Select button. The “Role Details” window’s Resources tab now appears with the newly attached “active_products_column_close_application” resource.

4. Select the Resources tab  and click on any line while under the Permission heading. The drop-down functionality is engaged and the user may now select a permission attribute for a resource per user.

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Another option for adding Resource Permissions to the new role is by employing the inheritance property:

1. In the “Role Details for helpdesk” dialog window, select the “Parent Roles” tab and click the Add icon. The Roles search dialog window appears.

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2. Select the role that would serve as the parent of the newly created “helpdesk” role, e.g. “admin_role” in the image above, and click the Select button. Note that the “admin_role” is the default basic role, and is always apparent for serving as a parent role. The new “helpdesk” role now possesses all the permission attributes of the parent “admin_role”.

OpenLM users

In order to assign roles to users, we should first make sure such users exist in the OpenLM database. The list of users is shown in the EasyAdmin ‘Start’ → “Users & Permissions” → “Users” tab.

Users can be added to the OpenLM database in a number of ways:

1. By synchronizing the OpenLM database with the organization’s Active Directory (LDAP). See these Application notes for more information:

Application Note (3029a): OpenLM v2.0: LDAP (Active Directory) Synchronization: Basic Guide

Application Note (3029b): OpenLM v2.0: LDAP (Active Directory) Synchronization: Comprehensive Guide

2. Through monitoring of license usage.

3. By reading the FlexLM License file

Application Note (3004b) OpenLM v2.0: Broker Comprehensive Installation Guide

4. By reading the FlexLM Option file.

Application Note (3007) OpenLM v2.0: Options File Using OpenLM EasyAdmin

5. Manually created, as described below.

Important note:

Only users who have been introduced into the OpenLM Database via the last option (Manually created) are assigned an EasyAdmin login password in the process. Other users need to be assigned login passwords in order to access EasyAdmin. In order to do so:

  • Login as an administrator,
  • Follow this path, Start → Users and Permissions → Users
  • Select the user name, and click “Change password”
  • Assign user the user a login password.

Manually creating a new user entry

In order to manually create a new user entry in EasyAdmin, go through the following steps:

1. Follow this path, EasyAdmin Start→ Users & Permissions→Users tab. The Users window appears.

2. Click the Add User button. The User details form appears. Fill in the appropriate information items, check the Enabled box and click Save as depicted below.

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Note that the new user, Mr. Winston Churchill, has been assigned an EasyAdmin login password in the process of introduction. The new user’s information is presented attached to the Username on the Users window:

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Manually adding a user to a group

Users can be made members of a group by either:

1. Synchronizing the OpenLM database with the organization’s Active Directory (LDAP). See these Application notes for more information:

Application Note (3029a) OpenLM v2.0: LDAP (Active Directory) Synchronization: Basic Guide

Application Note (3029b) OpenLM v2.0: LDAP (Active Directory) Synchronization: Comprehensive Guide

2. Manually, as described below:

a. Follow this path: EasyAdmin Start→ Users & Permissions → Groups. The Groups  window appears.

b. Select a group from the  Group   window (e.g. “GroupName”), and click the Members icon in order to view the members of the selected group. The  Users in Group Name  window appears.

c. Click the  Add  icon, in order to add further users to Group Name’s list of users.

Assigning roles to a user or group of users

After establishing a new role of permissions and introducing a new user or group of users, it is now possible to attach this role to the users, in order to assign the role’s permission set to these users. In order to do so, Please:

1. Follow this path: EasyAdmin Start→ Users & Permissions → Roles.

2. Select the new role (e.g. “helpdesk”), and click the Edit button. The Role details for help desk” dialog window appears.

3. Click the Users or Groups buttons on the bottom of the window. The appropriate window (i.e. the Users in helpdesk or Groups in  help desk) appears.

4. Click the Add icon. The appropriate window (User search or Groups) appears. Select the required instance of user or group, and click the Select icon. The added user or Group instance has been added to the role, and may be seen there in the Users in help desk or Groups in help desk window.

Known issue in OpenLM v2.0

New users are by default made members of the default OpenLM_Everyone group.

The OpenLM_Everyone group is linked by default to an administrative role, thus attributed full permissions. So every new user will be automatically attributed full permissions.

In order to prevent new users from getting the complete set of resources, the administrator needs to detach the OpenLM_users_role from the  OpenLM_Everyone  group.

1. Follow this path: EasyAdmin Start –> Users and permissions –> Roles

2. Select the openlm_users_role , click Edit.

3. On the Role details for openlm_users_role click Groups

4. Select and delete the OpenLM_Everyone group in the group list.

Changing a Resource’s permission attribute

In order to change a Resource’s permission attribute, e.g. to disable accessibility to this Resource by a certain role, follow this procedure:

1. Follow this path: EasyAdmin Start –> Users and permissions –> Workstations. In this example – this would be the affected Resource.

2. Follow this path: EasyAdmin Start –> Users and permissions –> “Roles” tab.

3. Select a specific role, e.g. “helpdesk”. Click the Edit button. The Role details for helpdesk dialog window appears.

4. Select the Resources tab and click the Add icon.

5. Select a resource, e.g. “control_panel_menu_workstations” as depicted, and click Select. The control_panel_menu_workstations resource is added to the Role details for helpdesk dialog window

6. Stand and click on the Permission attribute of that Resource. a drop-down list appears. Click the drop down list, and select the required permission attribute value, e.g.: Disable.

7. Click the Save icon, close and reopen the OpenLM EasyAdmin UI.

8. Click the Start button on the EasyAdmin control panel. Select the Users & Permissions tab. Notice that Workstation is no longer visible. It has been removed from the admin_role view.

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Server Resource visibility:

If the permission of a Resource entry which name starts with the word “server_*” is disabled or denied, the respective user groups would become unable to view items on that server. Moreover, that server would become omitted from the OpenLM Agent’s “License usage information” window.

The following is an administrator Frequently Asked Question: “Why is all license usage information on the Agent blocked whenever an admin account is created in the OpenLM Server Configuration window?“ The answer is that when permissions are enabled, users need to be assigned a set of permissions that would allow them to view license servers’ details. In order to achieve this, please follow this action list:

1. Uncheck, and then recheck the Require Login Credentials checkbox. Follow the Creating a new role section above.

2. Assign resources to the new role: After you save the new role, the Resources tab will become enabled. Navigate to that tab. Note that it is assigned with one default resource. Now you need to add all resources that have this name pattern “server_servername” e.g. server_srv1 (where srv1 is the name of the server that you will grant access to). In order to do so, Follow the description in section Adding resources to a role above.

3. Assign the new role to the admin user: In order to do so, Follow the description in section Assigning roles to a user or group of users above.

Permission arbitration

Using the permissions tool, it is possible to grant resource permissions to single users independently. Also, as stated above, permissions may be inherited from parent roles. If one method grants permission and the other denies is, a mismatch condition may be present. in this case – an arbitration procedure is executed; The closest entity to a single user, i.e. a permission attribute granted to an individual user, or to the “youngest child” of an inherited attribute is the most “powerful”. If two contradicting attributes of the same strength are applied: an unknown condition may occur.

For example, picture the following circumstance:

  • Admin role is parent to two roles: Role1 and Role2.
  • Admin denies permission to a resource.
  • Role1 does not explicitly refer to that resource, hence – it denies it implicitly.
  • Role2 explicitly allows the resource permission.

User attributes:

  • If User is attached to any one single role, its permission attributes will be the same as that of the role.
  • If User is attached to roles Admin and Role1 the permission will be denied.
  • If User is attached to Role1 & Role2, the permission would be allowed, since Role2 is the “youngest child” to infer to that resource.
  • If User is attached to roles Admin and Role2, an unknown condition occurs.

List of resources

The following is a list resources as are available on the OpenLM version 2.0.0.*

add_group:

Permission to add a new group

add_group_members:

Permission to add group members

add_parent_role:

Permission to add a parent role

add_project:

Permission to add a project

add_project_members:

Permission to add members to a project

add_role:

Permission to add a new role

add_role_group:

Permission to add a group to a role

add_role_resource:

Permission to add a resource to a role

add_role_user:

Permission to associate a user with a role

add_user:

Permission to add a new user

configuration_form_read:

Permission to open “OpenLM Server Configuration” tool

configuration_form_update:

Permission to make updates in the “OpenLM Server Configuration” tool

control_panel_menu_administration:

Permission to configure administration actions

control_panel_menu_alerts:

Control Panel – Show “Alert” (under “Widgets” menu)

control_panel_menu_all_features:

Control Panel – Show “All Features” (under “Option Files” menu)

control_panel_menu_change_password:

Control Panel – Show “Change Password” in “Start” menu

control_panel_menu_denials:

Control Panel – Show “Denials” (under “Reports” menu)

control_panel_menu_feature_usage_status:

Control Panel – Show “Feature Usage Status” (under “Widgets” menu)

control_panel_menu_features:

Control Panel – Show “Features”  (under “Option Files” menu)

control_panel_menu_general_statistics:

Control Panel – Show “General Statistics” (under “Widgets” menu)

control_panel_menu_group_usage:

Control Panel – Show “Group Usage” (under “Reports” menu)

control_panel_menu_groups:

Control Panel – Show “Groups” (under “User & Permissions” menu)

control_panel_menu_host_groups:

Control Panel – Show “Host Groups” (under “Option Files” menu)

control_panel_menu_ips:

Control Panel – Show “IPs” (under “Option Files” menu)

control_panel_menu_license_activity:

Control Panel – Show “License Activity”  (under “Reports” menu)

control_panel_menu_license_not_in_use:

Control Panel – Show “License not in use” (under “Management” menu)

control_panel_menu_license_procurement:

Control Panel – Show “License Procurement” (under “management” menu)

control_panel_menu_license_servers:

Control Panel – Show “License Servers” (under “Widgets” menu)

control_panel_menu_license_usage:

Control Panel – Show “License Usage” (under “Reports” menu)

control_panel_menu_license_usage_heatmap:

Control Panel – Show “License Usage Heatmap”

control_panel_menu_license_utilization :

Control Panel – Show “License Utilization” (under “Management” menu)

control_panel_menu_licenses:

Control Panel – Show “Licenses” (under “Management” menu)

control_panel_menu_logout:

Control Panel – Show “Logout” in “Start” menu

control_panel_menu_management:

Control Panel – Show “management” (include: “Licenses”, “Licenses Not In Use”, “License Utilization”, “License Procurement”, “Audit Report” and “Unique Users Report”)

control_panel_menu_opt_file_admin:

Control Panel – Show “Opt. File Admin” (under “Option Files” menu)

control_panel_menu_option_files:

Control Panel – Show “Option File”  (include: “Policy”, “Features”, “All Features”, “IPs”, “Host Groups”, “Opt. File Admin”)

control_panel_menu_policy:

Control Panel – Show “Policy” (under “Option Files” menu)

control_panel_menu_project_list:

Control Panel – Show “Project List” (under “User & Permissions” menu)

control_panel_menu_project_usage:

Control Panel – Show “Project Usage” (under “Reports” menu)

control_panel_menu_recent_feature_denials:

Control Panel – Show “Recent Feature Denials” (under “Widgets” menu)

control_panel_menu_released_licenses:

Control Panel – Show “Released Licenses”  (under “Operational” menu)

control_panel_menu_reports:

Control Panel – Show “Reports” (include: “Project Usage”, “Group Usage”, “License Usage”, “License Activity”, “Denials”)

control_panel_menu_roles:

Control Panel – Show “Roles” (under “User & Permissions” menu)

control_panel_menu_selected_feature_statistics:

Control Panel – Show “Selected Feature Statistics”  (under “Widgets” menu)

control_panel_menu_users:

Control Panel – Show “Users” (under “User & Permissions” menu)

control_panel_menu_users_permissions:

Control Panel – Show “Users & Permissions” in “Start” menu (include: “Users”, “Groups”, “Roles”, “Project List”, “WorkStation”)

control_panel_menu_workstations:

Control Panel – Show “WorkStatisions”  (under “User & Permissions” menu)

control_panel_tab:

Basic permission to open “EasyAdmin”

delete_group:

Permission to delete an existing group

delete_history:

Permission to delete historical data

delete_parent_role:

Permission to delete a parent role

delete_project:

Permission to delete a project

delete_role:

Permission to delete a n existing role

delete_role_resource:

Permission to delete a resource from a role

disable_project:

Permission to disable project

duplicate_role:

Permission to duplicate an existing role

edit_group:

Permission to edit an existing group

edit_project:

Permission to edit a project

edit_role:

Permission to edit an existing role

edit_user:

Permission to edit an existing user

enable_or_disable_groups:

Permission to enable or disable groups

enable_or_disable_users:

Permission to enable or disable users

enable_project:

Permission to enable projects

license_activity_column_username:

License Activity Panel – Show User Name column

license_activity_column_workstation:

License Activity Panel – Show Workstation column

remove_group_members:

Permission to remove group members

remove_project_members:

Permission to remove members from a project

remove_role_group:

Permission to remove a group from a role

remove_role_user:

Permission to remove a user from a role

remove_workstation:

Permission to remove workstations

user_change_password:

Permission to change other users password

view_group_members:

Permission to view group members

currently_consumed_licenses_column_username:

Currently Consumed Licenses Panel – Show User Name column

currently_consumed_licenses_column_remove_license:

Currently Consumed Licenses Panel – Permission to remove licenses

currently_consumed_licenses_column_close_application:

Currently Consumed Licenses Panel – Permission to close applications

control_panel_menu_management:

Control Panel – Show “Management” (include: “Licenses”, “Licenses Not In Use”, “License Utilization”, “License Procurement”, “Audit Report” and “Unique Users Report”)

control_panel_menu_licenses:

Control Panel – Show “Licenses” (under “Management” menu)

control_panel_menu_currently_consumed_licenses:

Control Panel – Show “Currently Consumed Licenses” (under “Operational” menu)

currently_consumed_licenses_column_workstation:

Currently Consumed Licenses Panel – Show Workstation column

remove_project_groups:

Permission to remove project groups

control_panel_menu_operational:

Control Panel – Show “Operational” (include: “currently consumed licenses”, “Released licenses”)

control_panel_menu_widgets:

Control Panel – Show “Widgets” (include: “License Servers”, “License Usage Heat Map”, “Host Availability”, “General Statistics”, “Alerts”, “Recent Features Denials”, “Features Usage Status”, “Selected Feature Statistics”)

control_panel_menu_host_availability:

Control Panel – Show “Host Availability” (under “Widgets” menu)

control_panel_menu_audit_report:

Control Panel – Show “Audit Report” (under “Management” menu)

control_panel_menu_unique_users_report:

Control Panel – Show “Unique Users Report” (under “Management” menu)

control_panel_menu_user_settings:

Control Panel – Show “User Settings” in “Start” menu

currently_consumed_licenses_column_host_id:

Currently Consumed Licenses Panel – Show Host Id column

currently_consumed_licenses_column_first_name:

Currently Consumed Licenses Panel – Show First Name column

currently_consumed_licenses_column_last_name:

Currently Consumed Licenses Panel – Show Last Name column

currently_consumed_licenses_column_phone_number:

Currently Consumed Licenses Panel – Show Phone Number column

currently_consumed_licenses_column_email:

Currently Consumed Licenses Panel – Show Email column

currently_consumed_licenses_column_start_time:

Currently Consumed Licenses Panel – Show Start Time column

currently_consumed_licenses_column_ip:

Currently Consumed Licenses Panel – Show IP column

currently_consumed_licenses_column_duration:

Currently Consumed Licenses Panel – Show Duration column

currently_consumed_licenses_column_borrowed:

Currently Consumed Licenses Panel – Show Borrowed column

currently_consumed_licenses_column_linger_time:

Currently Consumed Licenses Panel – Show Linger Time column

currently_consumed_licenses_column_linger_due:

Currently Consumed Licenses Panel – Show Linger Due column

currently_consumed_licenses_column_recent_application_idle_period:

Currently Consumed Licenses Panel – Show Recent Application Idle Period column

currently_consumed_licenses_column_workstation_idle_time:

Currently Consumed Licenses Panel – Show Workstation Idle Time column

currently_consumed_licenses_column_idle_times:

Currently Consumed Licenses Panel – Show Idle Times column

license_activity_filter_workstation:

Permission To Run Filter On License Activity By Workstation

license_activity_filter_user:

Permission To Run Filter On License Activity By User

license_activity_column_first_name:

License Activity Panel – Show First Name column

license_activity_column_last_name:

License Activity Panel – Show Last Name column

license_activity_column_ip:

License Activity Panel – Show IP column

license_activity_column_host_ids:

License Activity Panel – Show Host IDs column

denials_filter_workstation:

Permission To Run Filter On Denials By Workstation

denials_filter_user:

Permission To Run Filter On Denials By User

denials_column_user_name:

Denials Panel – Show User Name column

denials_column_first_name:

Denials Panel – Show First Name column

denials_column_last_name:

Denials Panel – Show Last Name column

denials_column_workstation:

Denials Panel – Show Workstation column

add_project_members_groups:

Permission to add members groups to a project

remove_project_members_groups:

Permission to remove members groups to a project

server_License Manager DSLS:

Display data of server License Manager DSLS over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_License Manager DSLS:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server License Manager DSLS

server_emul2:

Display data of server emul2 over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_emul2:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server emul2

server_lm10:

Display data of server lm10 over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_lm10:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server lm10

server_olm2008:

Display data of server olm2008 over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_olm2008:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server olm2008

server_olm_test_lon-licsrv-01_28001.txt:

Display data of server olm_test_lon-licsrv-01_28001.txt over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_olm_test_lon-licsrv-01_28001.txt:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server olm_test_lon-licsrv-01_28001.txt

server_olm_test_fmc-aclic:

Display data of server olm_test_fmc-aclic over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_olm_test_fmc-aclic:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server olm_test_fmc-aclic

server_olm_test_LicSrv-1_7585:

Display data of server olm_test_LicSrv-1_7585 over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_olm_test_LicSrv-1_7585:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server olm_test_LicSrv-1_7585

server_Other:

Display data of server Other over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_Other:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server Other

server_olm_test_c6waplic02-

Display data of server olm_test_c6waplic02 over any panel in “EasyAdmin”admin_server_olm_test_c6waplic02:server_License Manager LUM1:Display data of server License Manager LUM over any panel in “EasyAdmin”admin_server_License Manager LUM1:License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server License Manager LUM:

server_olm_test_DMMACADCEN: Display data of server olm_test_DMMACADCEN_27000 over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_olm_test_DMMACADCEN:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server olm_test_DMMACADCEN_27000

server_emulautodesk:

Display data of server emulautodesk over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_emulautodesk:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server emulautodesk

server_olm_test_obesr002&2:

Display data of server olm_test_obesr002 over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_olm_test_obesr002&2:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server olm_test_obesr002

server_License Manager2:

Display data of server License Manager2 over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_License Manager2:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server License Manager2

server_olm_test_lum:

Display data of server olm_test_lum over any panel in “EasyAdmin

admin_server_olm_test_lum:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server olm_test_lum

server_olm_test_ferrag_140312:

Display data of server olm_test_ferrag_140312 over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_olm_test_ferrag_140312:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server olm_test_ferrag_140312

server_olm_test_fllic1:

Display data of server olm_test_fllic1 over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_olm_test_fllic1:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server olm_test_fllic1

server_License Manager3:

Display data of server License Manager3 over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_License Manager3:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server License Manager3

server_olm_test_rs_lmstat_ibmratl:

Display data of server olm_test_rs_lmstat_ibmratl over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_olm_test_rs_lmstat_ibmratl:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server olm_test_rs_lmstat_ibmratl

server_olm_test_jason_27000:

Display data of server olm_test_jason_27000 over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_olm_test_jason_27000:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server olm_test_jason_27000

license_activity_column_email:

License Activity Panel – Show Email column

server_olm_test_catia_1_18_1515:

Display data of server olm_test_catia_1_18_1515 over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_olm_test_catia_1_18_1515:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server olm_test_catia_1_18_1515

server_olm_test_spss-org_4001:

Display data of server olm_test_spss-org_4001 over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_olm_test_spss-org_4001:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server olm_test_spss-org_4001

server_olm_test_spss_8.3.0.900_4000:

Display data of server olm_test_spss_8.3.0.900_4000 over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_olm_test_spss_8.3.0.900_4000:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server olm_test_spss_8.3.0.900_4000

server_vmw_win2008_64-rms:

Display data of server vmw_win2008_64-rms over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_vmw_win2008_64-rms:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server vmw_win2008_64-rms

server_vmw_win2008_64-rms2:

Display data of server vmw_win2008_64-rms2 over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_vmw_win2008_64-rms2:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server vmw_win2008_64-rms2

server_efrat-dev:

Display data of server efrat-dev over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_efrat-dev:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server efrat-dev

server_License Manager4:

Display data of server License Manager4 over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_License Manager4:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server License Manager4

server_efrat dev:

Display data of server efrat dev over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_efrat dev:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server efrat dev

server_dura_lum:

Display data of server dura_lum over any panel in “EasyAdmin”

admin_server_dura_lum:

License Servers Panel – Permission to Stop/Start/Reread server dura_lum