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Credentials in One2Many

This hasn't ever been an issue before, but we've always prefered to use the computer code rather than the user's credentials simply because we prefer NOT to know the user's login and password and not to need it. Using One2Many however requires credentials from an Admin user on the local machine. Is there any way, or any plans to develop a way, to use the computer code to authorize us to deploy software or will we always have to use user credentials?

 

 

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Re: Credentials in One2Many

You still should be able to do this - the computer code is actually the password for a local user that is created behind the scenes - I believe its LogMeInRemoteUser, but you'd need to verify that. Regardless, you can use that as your username and the computer code as the password and it should work.

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Re: Credentials in One2Many

You still should be able to do this - the computer code is actually the password for a local user that is created behind the scenes - I believe its LogMeInRemoteUser, but you'd need to verify that. Regardless, you can use that as your username and the computer code as the password and it should work.

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Re: Credentials in One2Many

I think I read that somewhere before now that you mention it. That's a great help! Thanks. I'll try it!