For Agentry applications that communicate over a file system connection, use Management Cockpit to configure the SAP Mobile Platform Server to connect to the host system. Certain tasks may or may not pertain to a particular implementation environment and you should perform a careful review of the application’s requirements and functionality before proceeding.
|Enable Authentication||Boolean value of true or false. Default: false||Whether users are authenticated against the host system for this system connection. At least one system connection within the application must perform user authentication.|
|Enable Previous User Authentication||Boolean value of true or false. Default: false||Whether previous users are authenticated against the host system for this system connection. This authentication occurs when a user change occurs on the client. If Allow Previous User Login is false, this setting has no affect.|
|User Domain||Text value of a configured user domain.||The domain under which all users are logged in to the host system. It is only used on Windows, to control which Active Directory domain users are authenticated against by Agentry, when the file back end is configured to do authentication.|
|Temporary Path||Valid full path.||The location where temporary files produced by the server for file system processing are stored (normally the batch file defined in the application). If this option is null or not included, the configured Windows temporary folder is used.|
|Allow Previous User Login||Boolean value of true or false. Default: true||Whether previous users are logged in to the file system when a user change occurs on the client. If not logged in, no file system connection processing defined in the application is performed for the previous user.|
|Name||Text value.||This setting can contain any text value used to identify the system connection in log files and other areas. Set this to a unique value, especially when working with multiple system connections.|
|PAM Service Name||agentry||Name of the Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM) service that Agentry should use to authenticate users on UNIX platforms.|