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HP SureStore CD-ROM Server, Server/Tower, and Expansion Tower for Ethernet Networks - Server Management

THE ACCESS CONTROL PARAMETERS
There are separate access files for each CD-ROM drive, the CD-ROMs inserted into the drives, and the CD-ROM server configuration files. To change the access rights to any of these volumes, you need to change the parameter values in the corresponding access files stored in the CD-ROM Server.
The following list describes the parameters stored in the access files. Not all parameters are used in every access file.
  • NAME is the volume name and cannot be changed. If a CD-ROM disk has no volume name, it will be assigned a default name cd_nnnnn, where nnnnn is a unique five-digit number. CD-ROM drive names will be id<x>lun<y>, where <x> is the SCSI address and <y> the LUN (logical unit number) to identify multi-unit drives.
  • ALIAS is the name displayed in the CD folder representing the CD-ROM or CD-ROM drive. By editing this entry, you can select a name that makes sense to the users of the CD-ROM. The name must be a unique and valid volume name.
  • COMMENT is text that is displayed in Windows Explorer when the user is selecting CD-ROMs.
    • - In system memory bus (SMB), the share level name must not exceed 12 characters. If this is insufficient for a meaningful name, you can use the comment parameter to give more information to users. The comment will also be displayed in the Web browser.
    • - In NetWare, the comment is not available. However, the 12-character naming limit does not exist, so you can assign a longer name instead of a comment.
  • DRIVENAME^is the manufacturer’s name of the drive and cannot be changed.
  • INSERTEDVOLUME^is the name of the CD-ROM that is inserted and cannot be changed.
  • LOCKEJECT^will lock the eject button if set to yes.
      note:
    Items above marked ^ only appear in the SCSI drive access files, which are identified as id<x>lun<y>.
  • USERLIMIT is the maximum number of simultaneous users of a CD-ROM disk. If it is set to 0, any number of users may access the disk.
  • SESSIONTIMEOUT specifies how many seconds a user is considered to be active after the last access to the disk. When the time has expired, another user may access the disk and perhaps lock out the first user, depending on the UserLimit setting.
      note:
    Items in the access control files that have a value of * have no access restrictions; for example, SMBPassword = * means that no password is required to access the volume when using SMB.

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