Using AppSense to Secure a Server Estate, With Role-Based Access
AppSense Application Manager (AM) and AppSense Environment Manager (EM) are widely used for server hardening, security, user profile management and server configuration in a Terminal Services environment.
Surely the idea of using both for a role-based access solution is an extension of this proven background? The good news is, it is!
The construct of AM and EM both lend themselves very well to a server role-based access solution. It makes the process of removing administrative rights and then elevating a user to have the required administrative rights to specific consoles, applications, services and commands very straightforward.
A common example is the Internet Information Services Console (IIS), which requires that the user is an administrator on the server on which they are launching IIS. This means a user has full rights on the server just for the purposes of running the IIS console. Many other consoles also require that the user be an administrator on the server.
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