Restricting access to ConsoleOne

Hi,

We would like to enter sensitive information into our launch scripts.
However our network users do have browse rights, whereby using ConsoleOne
they can see what has been entered. The users cannot modify the scripts
but they can view the contents.

Is there a way to restrict users from being able to view that part of
ConsoleOne and what are the consequences of implementation? With respect
to users having contextless login and browse rights to the tree?

Thanks in advance
Tim
  • toverton@asas.qld.edu.au wrote:

    > Hi,
    >
    > We would like to enter sensitive information into our launch scripts.
    > However our network users do have browse rights, whereby using
    > ConsoleOne they can see what has been entered. The users cannot
    > modify the scripts but they can view the contents.
    >
    > Is there a way to restrict users from being able to view that part of
    > ConsoleOne and what are the consequences of implementation? With
    > respect to users having contextless login and browse rights to the
    > tree?


    Probably by setting a IRF for the loginscript I'd say. However, I don't
    really seeing a point for putting sensitive information in your
    loginscript. Using a sniffer and you can still reveal this info.


    --
    Cheers,
    Edward