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15. February 2011 at 16:16 #6441
my thinusers are capable of right clicking on the panel, and adding applications to it. such as the xterm i have installed that only admins should be able to access, is there any way to stop this?
Also, in my wlx.ini file i have the setting:
but the thinuser is still capable of accessing the computer menu and “more applications…” button
final thing: I have some packages that i want installed automatically, the full rpm name is PSSH-1-1.sletc11sp1.rpm
in the ini i have tried NewAddon = PSSH | PSSH-1 | PSSH-1-1| PSSH-1-1.sletc11sp1.rpm (each ‘|’ indicates a different attempt)
i have given several reboots in between changes, and the package never installs, I can install manually as admin, but that requires user interaction, which i am trying to avoid as we are deploying to some 600 stations.
Thanks.16. February 2011 at 14:56 #20018
the package that wouldn’t automatically install, installs now that i repackaged it with all lowercase letters. Is there a known issue where packages with all caps won’t install?
that’s the only thing I changed.18. February 2011 at 15:49 #20027ConfGenKeymaster
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There is no upper-/lowercase dependency that I know of.
Have you created that addon yourself? Is it squashed?
CG21. February 2011 at 12:34 #20049
the package was definitely squashed, it was able to be installed manually, it was just not installing from the ini. I think i figured out why it broke in the first place, I think there was an unavailable package in the newAddons line. I don’t remember, but I may have made more than one change at a time.
the more worrisome thing at the moment, is the thinuser able to manipulate the panel16. February 2012 at 22:07 #21808JAC13264Member
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I have the same issue with the thinuser account. On my c50le’s, I was able to resolve by creating an thinuser.ini file and adding the command “Privilege=None”.
On my t50’s, the results are inconsistent. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t.
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