Configuring File Rewriting on a Secure Access Device User Role (NSM Procedure)

A file resource profile controls access to resources on Windows server shares or UNIX servers.

To configure file rewriting on a user role:

  1. In the navigation tree, select Device Manager > Devices. Click the Device Tree tab, and then double-click the Secure Access device for which you want to configure a file rewriting option.
  2. Click the Configuration tab. Select Users > User Roles.
  3. Click the New button. The New dialog box appears.
  4. Add or modify settings as specified in Table 15.
  5. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the changes.
    • Cancel—Cancels the modifications.

Table 15: User Role File Rewriting Configuration Details

OptionFunctionYour Action
Files > File Bookmarks > Windows Bookmarks tab

Name

Specifies the bookmark name for the device's home page.

Enter a name.

Description

Specifies the description for the device's home page bookmark.

Enter a description.

Server

Specifies the server name for the bookmark.

Enter the server hostname or IP address.

Share

Specifies the share name for the bookmark.

Enter the share name.

Path

Specifies the path for restricting access.

Enter the path.

Appearance

Specifies the bookmark on a user’s welcome page and when browsing network files.

Select an appearance option from the drop–down list:

  • Appear as bookmark on home and file browsing—The bookmark appears both on a user’s welcome page and when browsing network files.
  • Appear in file browsing only—The bookmark appears only when browsing network files.
Files > File Bookmarks > Unix Bookmarks tab

Name

Specifies the device home page name of the bookmark.

Enter a name.

Description

Specifies the device home page description of the bookmark.

Enter a description.

Server

Specifies the server name for the bookmark.

Enter the server hostname or IP address.

Path

Specifies the path for the restricting access.

Enter the path to further restrict access.

Appearance

Specifies the bookmark on a user’s welcome page and when browsing network files.

Select an appearance option from the drop–down list:

  • Appear as bookmark on home and file browsing—The bookmark appears both on a user’s welcome page and when browsing network files.
  • Appear in file browsing only—The bookmark appears only when browsing network files.
Files > Windows network files options tab

User can browse network file shares

Allows users to browse network file shares.

Select the User can browse network file shares check box to enable this feature.

Users can add bookmarks

Allows users to view and create bookmarks to resources on available Windows file shares.

Select the Users can add bookmarks check box to enable this feature.

Files > Unix network files options tab

User can browse network file shares

Allows users to view and create bookmarks to resources on available UNIX file shares.

Select the User can browse network file shares check box to enable this feature.

User can add bookmarks

Allows users to add and create bookmarks to resources on available UNIX file shares.

Select the User can add bookmarks check box to enable this feature.

Allow automount shares

Allows users access to automount shares specified on an NIS server.

Select the Allow automount shares check box to enable this feature.

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