Nested Groups

Description of the Problem

Since Version 5.1.0, steadyPRINT supports the analysis of nested groups.



Solution

This Option is manually enabled via the performance profile within the steadyPRINT Center (accessible via steadyPRINT Center > Settings > Performance > [Profil] > steadyPRINT Agent. The following settings are available:

Active Directory: Analysis of nested safety and distribution groups

Enables the analysis of nested safety and distribution groups of user, workstation and terminal server.

Note: Due to the respective nesting level, there might be a slow processing of printer assignments after this setting has been enabled.

This option is manually enabled via the performance profile within the steadyPRINT Center (accessible via steadyPRINT Center > Settings > Performance > [Profile] > steadyPRINT Agent. The following setting is available:

Active Directory: Analysis of nested safety- and distribution groups

Enables the analysis of the nested safety- and distribution groups of user, workstation and terminal server.

Note: Due to the respective nesting level, there might be a slow processing of printer assignments after this setting has been enabled.

Active Directory: Analysis of nested safety groups

Enables the analysis of the nested safety groups of user, workstation and terminal server.

Active Directory: Recursive analysis of organizational units

Enables the analysis of recursive organizational units for users, groups, workstations and terminal servers.

Note: Due to the respective nesting level, there might be a slow processing of printer assignments after this setting has been enabled.

Related links:

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ID: sP00000 | Created on: 08-Dec-2015

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