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CMS-XML How To: VMINET 6.1: Install VM Server in a secure firewall DMZ
This environment provides enhanced security in that all of the archives and project data are stored on the private server, separate from the web server, so that if the web server falls under attack from the outside, and a hacker gains control of the web server, he/she cannot obtain access to the archives .
CMS-XML How To: #1490 Securing the PC-NFS with VM 5.2.00 (Heterogeneous environment)
to `writable' in order to delete the archives . In this environment the PC users will log into the PC-NFS network as the user
CMS-XML How To: Use the SQL Export Function in Version Manager to Obtain Archive Information
filename.log (ArchiveID, Archive Path\Filename, WorkfileName, ArchiveOwner, RevisionCount, LastModified, Secure , WriteProtect, CheckLock, ExclusiveLock, ExpandKeywords, TranslateEOL, CompressDelta, CompressWorkfile,
CMS-XML VM: Check in: 'Could not access the file, <archive>, because you do not have the appropriate privileges.'
----------------------------------- If user is accessing a VM 6.0 (and previous) Project Domain in VM 6.5 (and after) and the ACDB is 'Made Secure ' in VM 6.0 then the user will receive this message when attempting to access Versioned Items with access lists on them.
CMS-XML How To: Detecting a Virus inside a VM archive
.This solution has some negative impact on performance, but probably is by far the most secure . The VM administrator could set up an Unconditional pre put event trigger to scan a workfile for viruses prior to check in to VM. Basically this would put every file coming into VM under scrutiny. The administrator could set up the virus scanning program to even clean the file and allow the check in.
CMS-XML The correct way to delete archive files when using the Version Manager File Server
If the Path Map containing the archive is secured (Access control database or LDAP), a user ID is required that should be provided with the -idUSER:PASSWORD
MS-WORD Considerations for Sharing Archives between UNIX and Windows Systems
Right now, the most secure environment is to have the NT users connect via the VM server product, VMINET, which in turn would emulate the same 'pvcs' user that the UNIX PVCS system is using as a 'setuid' user. This way we can have security coming from both sides.
CMS-XML About: VMINET 6.x Considerations for Sharing Archives between UNIX and PCs
Right now, the most secure environment is to have the NT users connect via the VM server product, VMINET, which in turn would emulate the same 'pvcs' user that the UNIX PVCS system is using as a 'setuid' user. This way we can have security coming from both sides.
CMS-XML Get on split archive shows "Could not find a revision named * in the archive" if the server has an embedded ACDB or Login Source
Login to any Project Database as an administrator. Go to Admin -> Make Secure . Uncheck the boxes in front of Access database
CMS-XML About: VM6.5: Using the Make Secure Feature in Version Manager 6.5
You can also embed the login sources into the dll, so that Version Manager will use the same login source regardless of how a user performs actions on VM archives . To do this, select the login sources that you would like to use in the configuration dialog for the project database that you are performing the make secure action on. Then, from the Admin menu, select Make Secure.
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