Hands On With the GP Power Tools – Administrator Tools: Series Index

Winthrop DCThis post is part of the Hands On With the GP Power Tools (GPPT) - Administrator Tools series in which I am taking a hands on look at the various tools offered by GPPT.

The Administrator Tools are one of the three modules of GPPT which need to be purchased to be used. As a consultant, this is the module which is probably of most use to me and my clients.

The key features of the Administrator Tools are:

  • Avoid data entry errors; company based colour schemes provide an immediate visual cue to which company is being used.
  • Gain full administrative and audit control of your security system, including Deny-Based Security.
  • Roll out Dex.ini setting changes to all workstations.
  • Simplify troubleshooting by disabling third party products and customizations (including Visual Studio Addins and VBA).
  • Users can customize window positions and sizes based on the how they use the system.

Hands On With the GP Power Tools - Administrator Tools
Resource Information Introduction
Resource Information - Tables & Fields
Security Profiler
Using Security Profiler to Create Security Tasks
Security Information
Security Log
Security Analyzer
Introduction to Deny Based Security
Deny Based Security - Enhanced Security
Deny Based Security - Security Denied
Deny Based Security - Security Hidden
Deny Based Security - Review
Administrator Settings - Introduction
Administrator Settings - Colors Tab
Administrator Settings - Usability Tab
Administrator Settings - Features Tab
Dex.ini Configuration
Dictionary Control
Company Login Filter
Window Position Memory

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