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frogstarr78

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  1. I'm not sure if I have an ongoing issue or one that I just haven't fully cleaned up yet. Regardless, I don't have the tools to be able to determine which situation I'm dealing with. The problem is that someone at our company is creating Remote Session Credentials (it could even be me) with permissions that are too permissive. Access should be restricted to a specific group of people. However, the "All Users and Security Groups" option is being selected instead. The feature request that I'd like to see is a reference to the user who created the credential, and possibly when it was c
  2. Doh! Yup, that's exactly what I was referring to. Thanks.
  3. I don't suppose being able to scroll back through the browser session is workable?
  4. Would it be possible to add the corresponding Account Type icons when using the Credential Search feature of the Manual Remote Session Launcher "popup"? This would enable us to differentiate between two different user accounts which appear to be the same name, but are for different types. For example a root user account for ssh login vs a root user account for mysql. I'm attaching a screenshot that hopefully helps make this query clear.
  5. It's a pretty minor thing, but would it be possible to enable per user themes for PWS Administrators also? When I change my settings they are ignored.
  6. We've run into an issue with specific characters and the Remote Session Launcher. So far we've run into problems with ";" and "," characters. In the case of the ";" character, Putty will run, but will display the initial page and the Hostname field is empty. In the case of the "," character, we receive an error (sorry I don't recall the exact error displayed) but it turned out to be the part of the password after the "," character. We've fixed this locally by changing the script by adding single quotes around the password in the ps1 file. Let me know if you need additional details.
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