Archive:Unlock SEP sesam GUI using Linux
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The following steps are required to connect a sesam GUI with a sesam server.
First the SEP sesam server which you would like to connect to has to be inserted in the
sm.ini. For them you have to change to the "ini" directory of the SEP sesam GUI (
/var/opt/sesam/var/ini/). There, in the
sm.ini, under the section [SERVER] the line
has to modified or inserted.
To grant permission for the GUI at the sesam server
First of all the sesam profile has to be loaded. Look at the FAQ for further information. Then type in the command
sm_setup allow_gui -u 'userwiththerighttoconnect' -c 'clientwiththerighttoconnect' -m admin
To allow all users and clients to connect to the sesam server with the GUI you can use 'wild cards' (*) in the previous command:
sm_setup allow_gui -u '*' -c '*' -m admin
The asterisks have to be masked with a single quote - '*' - in Linux.
Unless there is a firewall blocking communication you can establish a connection to the SEP sesam server with the GUI.