SessionsDiagnosticsSummary

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Fips
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SessionsDiagnosticsSummary

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Hi,

I mentioned that SessionsDiagnosticsSummary section of servers built with the newest .net server SDK has changed.
There are 2 new nodes (SessionDiagnosticsArray and SessionSecurityDiagnosticsArray) and only the own session is listed under SessionDiagnosticsSummary. I used UaExpert.

Is this a intended behaviour ?

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Fips

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Re: SessionsDiagnosticsSummary

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Hi Fips,

The demo server hides session security from non admins as it is required by the spec.
If you log in as root (with Username and Password), you should see it.

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Unified Automation Support Team

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Re: SessionsDiagnosticsSummary

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Dear Support Team,

thank's for your fast reply.

I got one more question.

Assuming I' m developing a server and I want to allow all my clients to have adminstrator rights (it's an evaluating server) with a anonymous login.
What do I have to do? Creating one "static" UserIdentity with administrative rights at beginning of the session ?


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Fips

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Re: SessionsDiagnosticsSummary

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Hi Fips,

I would hardcode an 'admin' user and put the password in the product documentation.

You should disable this user automatically when you ship a non-evaluation product.

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Randy

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