Giving a user system user authority

If you want to let other users access Ricoh ProcessDirector file systems and run the Ricoh Visual Workbench user interface, you can give a user name virtually the same authority as the Ricoh ProcessDirector system user (aiw1 is the default).
To give system user authority to a user name, either when you create the user name or later:
  1. Assign the user to the Ricoh ProcessDirector group (aiwgrp1 is the default).
    This gives the user the same access permissions as the system user.
  2. To set the user's environment variables, including PATH, to the same values as the system user's environment variables, edit the user's .profile file and add these lines:
    if [[ -f /opt/infoprint/ippd/base/config/ippdprofile ]] ; then
       .  /opt/infoprint/ippd/base/config/ippdprofile
    fi
The user can now access the same file systems as the Ricoh ProcessDirector system user and can use tools such as the Ricoh Visual Workbench user interface. However, this user cannot run the startaiw or stopaiw commands. Only the Ricoh ProcessDirector system user can use those commands.