Working with ACLs and groups
Use the Linux IPMMI utility (requires X-mode) to manage the security of your print
system. Open a Linux term window and enter
startipmmi on the command line. On RedHat Enterprise System, go to Applications->InfoPrint Manager
and select Management Interface to start the Management Interface GUI. On SUSE Linux
Enterprise Server, go to Computer-> More Application-> InfoPrint Manager and select
Management Interface to start the Management Interface GUI.
|Tab #1||Tab #2||Tab #3||Choices|
|InfoPrint Manager→||Security→||Groups→||Add Group|
|Add User to Group|
|Remove User from Group|
|Tab #1||Tab #2||Tab #3||Tab #4||Choices|
|InfoPrint Manager→||Security→||Access Control→||Operations→||Show Access Control List|
|Servers→||Change Access Control List|
|Destinations→||Remove Access Control List|
These three groups are created for you by default and are displayed when you select theoption: acl_admin, admin, and oper. The authorized user is placed in the acl_admin group. To have the access necessary to modify the FST security characteristics, the user must be a member of the acl_admin group.
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