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GUI Configuration Tool - Hierarchy

 Configuration Tool Tree View Hierarchy

Jump back to GUI Quick Help Table GUI Config Tool Root

The root of the UTS Configuration tool is identified below

UTS Configuration Tool Root Root Expanded

When expanded the configuration objects for Global and User – per session are displayed as shown above

 UTS Configuration Tool - Root

GSW Configuration Tool Root Georgia SoftWorks UTS Configuration Tool – tree root.

This is the GSW UTS Configuration Tool root

Click ‘+’ to expand to see the Global per system and User – per session objects

Click ‘-’ to collapse

Right Click Operation: None

Property Pages: None

Jump back to GUI Quick Help Table Global - per system

UTS Configuration - Global Per System Configuration Settings Global – per system UTS Configuration Settings.

This is the GSW UTS Configuration Tool root

Click ‘+’ to expand to see the Active Configuration and the UTS System Templates objects as shown below.

Global - per system expanded

Click ‘-’ to collapse

Right Click Operation: None

Property Pages: None

Jump back to GUI Quick Help Table Active Configuration

Active Global Configuration  This icon represents the Active System Configuration for the UTS. Expand to see configurations (property pages) for the Active Configuration.

This is the Active (live) configuration being used for the UTS

Click ‘+’ to expand to see the configuration (property pages) for the Active Configuration as shown below.

Active Configuration Expanded 

Click ‘-’ to collapse

Right Click Operation:

  Icon Copy Paste Rename Delete Export Import New Add Domain Add User Create Default Configuration Contain Property Pages
  Active Global Configuraiton Right Click Operations  Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration     Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration         Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration

 

Copy: The Active configuration can be copied and pasted to a UTS System Template.

Paste: A copied UTS System Template can be pasted over the Active Configuration. All contents of the Active Configuration are replaced.

Export: The Active configuration can be exported to XML format file. This is useful for backing up the Active configuration or deployment to additional servers.

Import: The Active configuration can be imported from a saved XML file. This is useful for restoring the Active configuration or for deploying additional servers.


Property Pages: None

Jump back to GUI Quick Help Table UTS System Templates Configuration Root

All Global Templates  This icon represents all the UTS System Templates. Expand to see all the individual System Templates

This is the root for the UTS System Templates

Click ‘+’ to expand to see the each system template defined. In the example below there are two templates defined. One is named atlanta_master and the other is named london_master.

UTS System Templates - Expanded 

Click ‘-’ to collapse

Right Click Operation:

  Icon Copy Paste Rename Delete Export Import New Add Domain Add User Create Default Configuration Contain Property Pages
  All Global Templates    Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration       Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration          

 

Paste: A copied UTS System Template or Active Configuration can be pasted creating a new UTS System Template.

Import: A xml format file containing a Global – per system configuration can be imported creating a new UTS System Template.


Property Pages: None

Jump back to GUI Quick Help Table UTS System Template

UTS System Template  This icon represents a UTS System Template. The template name is displayed to the right of the icon.

This is the root for a specific UTS System Template.

Click ‘+’ to expand to see the property pages for the UTS System Template as shown below.

Specific System Template Expanded 

Click ‘-’ to collapse.

Right Click Operation:

  Icon Copy Paste Rename Delete Export Import New Add Domain Add User Create Default Configuration Contain Property Pages
  UTS System Template  Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration         Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration

Copy: The UTS System Template can be copied and pasted to a UTS System Template or Active Configuration.

Paste: The UTS System Template can be copied and pasted to a UTS System Template or Active Configuration .

Rename: Change the name of a UTS System Template.

Delete: Remove the UTS System Template .

Export: The UTS System Template can be exported to XML format file. This is useful for backing up the UTS System Template configuration or deployment to additional servers.

Import: The UTS System Template can be imported from a saved XML file. This is useful for restoring the UTS System Template configuration or for deploying additional servers.


Jump back to GUI Quick Help Table User - per session

User - per session configuration  User - per session configuration
  User - per session with default configuration defined User - per session configuration with a default configuration defined

This is the root of the User – per session configuration object.

Folder: [UTS Installation Folder]\scripts

Click ‘+’ to expand to see the Domains, Local Users, IP Address/Range, Grandfathered Users, User Template objects and default User configuration (if it exists).

User - per session object expanded 

Click ‘-’ to collapse

Right Click Operation:

  Icon Copy Paste Rename Delete Export Import New Add Domain Add User Create Default Configuration Contain Property Pages
  User - per session configuration                    Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration  

Create Default Configuration: A default User – per session configuration is created that will apply to any session if that session does not have a specific configuration or one of its parent objects does not have a default configuration


Jump back to GUI Quick Help Table Domains

All Domains  Represents ALL users in all domains
  All Domain Users with a default configuration defined  Represents ALL users in all domain with a default configuration defined

This is the root of the User – per session All Domains configuration object.

Folder: [UTS Installation Folder]\scripts\DomainUsers

Click ‘+’ to expand to see the specific Domain Names and the default domains configuration (if it exists). The example below shows one domain name GSWATLANTA and a default configuration defined.

Domains Expanded 

Click ‘-’ to collapse

Right Click Operation: Add Domain and Create Default Configuration

  Icon Copy Paste Rename Delete Export Import New Add Domain Add User Create Default Configuration Contain Property Pages
  All Domains                Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration   Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration  

Add Domain Name: Add a Domain Name to the UTS Per-session configuration. This creates a folder with the name specified for the domain. Note that this creates a domain name for the UTS configuration and not for the operating system.

Create Default Configuration: A default User – per session configuration is created that will apply to any session if that session does not have a specific Domain User configuration or specific Domain Name default configuration.



Jump back to GUI Quick Help Table Domain Name

All users in a specific domain  Represents ALL users in the specific domain
  All users in a specific domain with a default configuration  Represents ALL users in the specific domain with a default configuration defined

This is the root of the User – per session All Domains configuration object .

Folder: [UTS Installation Folder]\scripts\DomainUsers\[Domain Name]

Click ‘+’ to expand to see the specific Domain Name Users and the specific Domain Name default configuration (if it exists).

Click ‘-’ to collapse.

Right Click Operation: Paste, Rename, Delete, Add User and Create Default Configuration

  Icon Copy Paste Rename Delete Export Import New Add Domain Add User Create Default Configuration Contain Property Pages
  All users in a specific domain    Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration         Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration  

Add User: Add a User to the UTS Domain Name Per-session configuration. This creates a folder with the name specified for the User.

Paste: Paste a copied User (User name or Template) to this specific Domain Name. This creates a folder with the name specified for the User.

Rename: Rename a Domain Name
Note: If you rename a Domain Name then all associated Domain Users that are connected will get an error. This is because the path to the folder is changed and the running logon script will try to path to the original location. Please make sure that all users are logged off or can safely be disconnected when renaming a domain name. If the Domain Name folder contains User Folders then they are moved to the path associated with the new name.

Delete: Delete a Domain Name
Note: If you Delete a Domain Name then all associated Domain Users that are connected will get an error. This is because the folder that contains the Domain Name and Domain Users is deleted thus altering the path. The running logon script will try to path to the original location. Please make sure that all users are logged off or can safely be disconnected deleting a domain name.

Add Domain Name: Add a Domain Name to the UTS Per-session configuration. This creates a folder with the name specified for the domain. Note that this creates a domain name for the UTS configuration and not for the operating system.

Create Default Configuration: A default User  configuration is created for all users in the specific domain that will apply to any session if that session does not have a User configuration.


Jump back to GUI Quick Help Table Domain User - Specific

Specific user within a specific domain  A specific User within a specific domain. Expand to see property pages

This is the User Name for the specific Domain.

Folder: [UTS Installation Folder]\scripts\DomainUsers\[Domain Name]\[User Name]

Click ‘+’ to expand to see the property pages for the specific user.

Click ‘-’ to collapse.

Right Click Operation: Paste, Rename, Delete, Add User and Create Default Configuration

  Icon Copy Paste Rename Delete Export Import New Add Domain Add User Create Default Configuration Contain Property Pages
  Specific user within a specific domain  Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration         Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration

Copy: Copy the User configuration to a UTS copy buffer. This configuration can then be pasted either creating a new User Configuration object or overwriting an existing object.

Paste: Paste a copied User (User name or Template) to this specific Domain Name. This creates a folder with the name specified for the User.

Rename: Rename a Domain User
Note: Make sure that the Domain User is logged off or can safely be disconnected when Deleting or Renaming the User configuration.

Delete: Delete a Domain User
Note: Make sure that the Domain User is logged off or can safely be disconnected when Deleting or Renaming the User configuration.

Export: Export the Domain User configuration to a XML formatted file.

Import: Import the Domain User configuration from a XML formatted file.


Jump back to GUI Quick Help Table Local Users

All Local Users  This icon represents ALL Local Users. Expand to see configurations for each specific local user

This is the root of all Local Users.

Folder: [UTS Installation Folder]\scripts\LocalUsers

Click ‘+’ to expand to see the list of Local User Names.

Click ‘-’ to collapse.

Right Click Operation: Paste, Add User and Create Default Configuration

  Icon Copy Paste Rename Delete Export Import New Add Domain Add User Create Default Configuration Contain Property Pages
  All Local Users    Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration             Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration  

Paste: Paste a copied User (User name or Template) configuration to the Local Users object. This creates a folder with the name specified for the User.

Add User: Add a User to the UTS Local User – per session configuration. This creates a folder with the name specified for the User.

Create Default Configuration: A default Local User – per session configuration is created that will apply to any session if that session does not have a specific Local User configuration.


Jump back to GUI Quick Help Table Local User - Specific

A Specific Local User  A specific Local User

This is the User Name for the specific Local User.

Folder: [UTS Installation Folder]\scripts\LocalUsers]\[User Name]

Click ‘+’ to expand to see the property pages for the specific user.

Click ‘-’ to collapse.

Right Click Operation: Paste, Rename, Delete, Add User and Create Default Configuration.

  Icon Copy Paste Rename Delete Export Import New Add Domain Add User Create Default Configuration Contain Property Pages
  A Specific Local User  Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration         Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration

Copy: Copy the User configuration to a UTS copy buffer. This configuration can then be pasted either creating a new User Configuration object or overwriting an existing object.

Paste: Paste a copied User (User name or Template) to this specific Name. This creates a folder with the name specified for the User.

Rename: Rename a Local User
Note: Make sure that the Local User is logged off or can safely be disconnected when Deleting or Renaming the User configuration.

Delete: Delete a Local User
Note: Make sure that the Local User is logged off or can safely be disconnected when Deleting or Renaming the User configuration.

Export: Export the Local User configuration to a XML formatted file.

Import: Import the Local User configuration from a XML formatted file.


Jump back to GUI Quick Help Table IP Address/Ranges

All IP Addresses/Ranges  This icon represents ALL IP Address/Range based User Configurations

This is the root of all IP Address/Ranges.

Folder: Folder: [UTS Installation Folder]\scripts\

Click ‘+’ to expand to see the specific IP Address/Range logon scripts.

Click ‘-’ to collapse.

Right Click Operation: Paste, Add User and Create Default Configuration.

  Icon Copy Paste Rename Delete Export Import New Add Domain Add User Create Default Configuration Contain Property Pages
  All IP Addresses/Ranges    Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration       Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration        

Paste: Paste a copied User (User name or Template) to this specific IP Address/Range Logon Script. This creates a folder with the name specified for the IP Address/Range logon script.

Import:

New:


Jump back to GUI Quick Help Table Specific IP Address/Range

User Configuration associated with an IP Address/Range  This icon represents a User Configurations that is associated with an IP Address/Range

Folder: [UTS Installation Folder]\scripts\

Click ‘+’ to expand to see the property pages for the specific user configuration.

Click ‘-’ to collapse.

Right Click Operation: Paste, Rename, Delete, Add User and Create Default Configuration

  Icon Copy Paste Rename Delete Export Import New Add Domain Add User Create Default Configuration Contain Property Pages
  User Configuration associated with an IP Address/Range  Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration         Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration

Copy: Copy the User configuration to a UTS copy buffer. This configuration can then be pasted either creating a new User Configuration object or overwriting an existing object

Paste: Paste a copied User (User name or Template) to this specific Name. This creates a folder with the name specified for the User.

Rename: Rename a IP Address/Range Logon Script.
Note: Make sure that the Users associated with this IP Address Range are logged off or can safely be disconnected when Deleting or Renaming the IP Address/Range based User configuration.

Delete: Delete IP Address/Range Logon Script.
Note: Make sure that the Users associated with this IP Address Range are logged off or can safely be disconnected when Deleting or Renaming the IP Address/Range based User configuration.

Export: Export the Logon Script User configuration to a XML formatted file.

Import: Import the Logon Script User configuration from a XML formatted file.



Jump back to GUI Quick Help Table Grandfathered Users

All Grandfathered Users  This icon represents ALL Grandfathered Users

This is the root for all Grandfathered Users. Grandfathered users are users defined in a previously installed version (8.02 or earlier) of the UTS. Folders with the name of a user in the scripts folder that contain logon script are considered Grandfathered Users.

Their logon scripts remain in the scripts folder until the administrator moves them to either a Domain User or Local User. Additionally if the administrator manually creates the folder and puts logon scripts in the scripts folder then they will show up as Grandfathered users.

Folder: [UTS Installation Folder]\scripts\

Click ‘+’ to expand to see the list of Grandfathered Users.

Click ‘-’ to collapse.

Right Click Operation: None

  Icon Copy Paste Rename Delete Export Import New Add Domain Add User Create Default Configuration Contain Property Pages
  All Grandfathered Users                       

Jump back to GUI Quick Help Table Grandfathered User - Specific

A Grandfathered Local User  A specific Local User

This is the User Name for a specific Grandfathered User.

Folder: Folder: [UTS Installation Folder]\scripts\LocalUsers]\[User Name]

Click ‘+’ to expand to see the property pages for the specific user.

Click ‘-’ to collapse.

Right Click Operation: Paste, Rename, Delete, Add User and Create Default Configuration

  Icon Copy Paste Rename Delete Export Import New Add Domain Add User Create Default Configuration Contain Property Pages
  A Grandfathered Local User  Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration         Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration

Copy: Copy the User configuration to a UTS copy buffer. This configuration can then be pasted either creating a new User Configuration object or overwriting an existing object.

Paste: Paste a copied User (User name or Template) to this specific Name. This creates a folder with the name specified for the User.

Rename: Rename a Local User
Note: Make sure that the Local User is logged off or can safely be disconnected when Deleting or Renaming the User configuration.

Delete: Delete a Local User
Note: Make sure that the Local User is logged off or can safely be disconnected when Deleting or Renaming the User configuration.

Export: Export the Local User configuration to a XML formatted file.

Import: Import the Local User configuration from a XML formatted file.


Jump back to GUI Quick Help Table User Templates

All User Templates  This is all user templates. Expand to see list of User Templates

This is the root for all User Templates

Folder: [UTS Installation Folder]\scripts\Templates\User\

Click ‘+’ to expand to see the user templates.

Click ‘-’ to collapse.

Right Click Operation: Paste, Import and New

  Icon Copy Paste Rename Delete Export Import New Add Domain Add User Create Default Configuration Contain Property Pages
  All User Templates    Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration       Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration        

Paste: Paste a copied User (User name or Template) to this specific User Template. This creates a folder with the name specified for the User Template.

Import: Import the User configuration from a XML formatted file.

New: Create a new User Template. This creates a folder with the name specified for the Template.


Jump back to GUI Quick Help Table User Template - Specific

Specific User Template  A specific User Template

This is the User Template Name for a specific User

Folder: [UTS Installation Folder]\scripts\Templates\User\[Template Name]

Click ‘+’ to expand to see the property pages for the specific user template.

Click ‘-’ to collapse.

Right Click Operation: Copy, Paste, Rename, Delete, Export, Import

  Icon Copy Paste Rename Delete Export Import New Add Domain Add User Create Default Configuration Contain Property Pages
  Specific User Template  Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration         Right click availalbe for Active Global Configuration

Copy: Copy the User configuration to a UTS copy buffer. This configuration can then be pasted either creating a new User Configuration object or overwriting an existing object.

Paste: Paste a copied User (User name or Template) to this specific Name. This creates a folder with the name specified for the User.

Rename: Rename a User Template.

Delete: Delete a User Template.

Export: Export the User Template configuration to a XML formatted file.

Import: Import the User configuration from a XML formatted file.


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