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Toshiba Strata CIX Net Server Administrator's Manual

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This program is used to setup and control which client programs have access to Net Server. It is
installed with the Net Server.
Log In
To access the database containing the
settings you must first open the database
(by pressing the Open button) and then log
on with a valid username and password.
The default access username and
password is:
Username: Admin
Password: admin
User Auto Creation
To make it easy for users to be added, an Auto Creation capability can be enabled for users using the
local port only. This is primarily intended to allow Net Phone and Chat users to load their client
software and create a user name and password when they login the first time. The user will take on the
default parameters for a user of that application. For the administrator to control the access for each
user, this option should not be enabled. To manually create or modify users go to the "Clients Tab".
To allow Net Server to automatically add
new clients when they first logon, go to File
> Settings for the following dialog. Check
the Allow Net Server to automatically add
new clients if this option is desired. A
second option to Also show clients that
have acted as a service will show or not
show clients that act as a service. Click
Okay.
Net Server Administrator
© Copyright 2008
Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc.
Telecommunication Systems Division
9740 Irvine Blvd., Irvine, CA 92618-1697 (949) 583-3700
www.telecom.toshiba.com
Strata
CIX
®
Net Server
October 2008

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  • Page 1 Also show clients that have acted as a service will show or not show clients that act as a service. Click Okay. © Copyright 2008 Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. Telecommunication Systems Division 9740 Irvine Blvd., Irvine, CA 92618-1697 (949) 583-3700 www.telecom.toshiba.com...
  • Page 2: Users Tab

    Users Tab Users Tab The clients section defines which clients will have access to the server and what services they can reach. A client actually defines a user and each program must log in to Net Server using one of these user accounts.
  • Page 3 Users Tab When New, Copy, or Edit are used, a new dialog box appears defining that user. Column / Field User Tab Definitions Username User's login name. This must be unique. (Optional) This is the password the client will use to log in. It protects against unauthorized use of this client account.
  • Page 4: Services Tab

    Services Tab Column / Field User Tab Definitions Allow to be This user is allowed to use the remote connection. Remote A list of Groups defined are listed, placing a check mark in the appropriate User Belongs to Group Name assigns that user to that Group. A New Group button is offered These Groups to create a new Group (see “User Groups Tab”...
  • Page 5 Services Tab You can Edit, Copy, Delete, or create a New service using the same tools listed in Users Tab. When New, Copy, or Edit are used, a new dialog box appears defining that user. Column / Field Services Tab Definitions Name Service name.
  • Page 6 Application Users Tab Column / Field Services Tab Definitions This is a number that determines which clients can access this service. Each client has a service level access number, and a client will have access Service Level to all services whose Service Level is less than or equal to the client's service level access number.
  • Page 7 Application Users Tab When New, Copy, or Edit are used, a new dialog box appears defining that user. Field Definitions Application This is the name of the Application for which the User is defined. This is the client name of the user (see Clients). However by setting this to <Default>...
  • Page 8 User Groups Tab User Groups Tab This view is used for creating, editing, copying and deleting groups when group policies are used. This provides the ability to name a group, and define which client User Names are included within the defined group.
  • Page 9 Application Example – Server-based Net Phone COS Application Example – Server-based Net Phone COS The creation of a Server-based Class of Service for Net Phone begins in Net Server using the Net Server Administrator program, followed by creating your configuration on the Admin Net Phone, then publishing the configuration files to the Net Server PC.
  • Page 10 Application Example – Server-based Net Phone COS 7. Click Okay. 8. Repeat the above steps to create any other Net Phone user groups as needed. Assign Users to Net Phone Application By assigning User Groups to the Net Phone application allows you to assign a common “Class of Service”...
  • Page 11 Application Example – Server-based Net Phone COS 5. Add User Groups to Net Phone – Click Add New Record (see circled button in previous diagram). The following window pops up: 6. Select the newly created NetPhoneAdmin Group from the Client/(Group): drop-down box. 7.
  • Page 12 Application Example – Server-based Net Phone COS Assigning Users to User Groups Select the Users tab. The following screen displays: To Assign Users as Net Phone Administrators 1. Scroll down the list of User Names and double-click on the User Name (NPAdmin – 1000 in this example.) to be a Net Phone Administrator.
  • Page 13 Application Example – Server-based Net Phone COS Assign Users as Net Phone Users 1. Scroll down the list of User Names and double-click on the User Name (NPAdmin – 1000 in this example.) to be a Net Phone User. 2. Place a checkmark in the User group only as is shown in the following screen: 3.
  • Page 14 Application Example – Server-based Net Phone COS Create Configuration Files using Admin Net Phone Restart the Administrator’s Net Phone, if Net Phone is running, shut it down and restart. Set up the buttons, Call Handler rules, skins, etc. as you would like the users’ Net Phones to be configured. Use the Net Phone User’s Guide as needed for how to configure Net Phone.