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Is there a method of access control to an RQM Lab Machine or Adaptor within a team?

Matt Taylor (11) | asked Jan 18 '19, 8:28 a.m.

We have a situation where we wish to run auto tests from RQM via a command line adaptor running on our local machines.

However these machines are on a secure network and with an adapter running on one machine a team member has the facility to issue command line instructions on another members machine. This is a big red flag in terms of our company security policy.

Is there any access control mechanism to restrict one users adaptor to only be run through from their RQM account?

A temporary fix is to reserve the lab machine with an open date, meaning others can link but not execute, but I was wondering if there is a more concise way of achieving this?



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abhishek gour (3812) | answered Jan 21 '19, 6:00 a.m.
Hi Matt,
Unfortunately, we do not have any direct mechanism to restrict only one user to use adapter for a particular lab resource.
The method you have adopted to keep the resource reserve for one person with open date seems to be the only way currently to achieve this.


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