lookserver - Securing access to settings

Posted by Vas Mintzikos on Dec 4, 2013 11:00:00 AM

Let's review the functions and settings to access useful resources with looksoftware and lookserver.

lookserver’s settings pages are used to configure lookserver (e.g. fonts, colors) as well as maintain lookserver (e.g. apply licenses and monitor license usage).

These functions are typically performed during the setup phase of lookserver or only used occasionally for monitoring usage. These functions are typically only performed by an administrator.

By default, the settings pages for all the latest releases of lookserver (9.1 and 10.0) can only be accessed from the Windows server console where lookserver is installed thereby preventing remote access however the following information will guide you through configuring lookserver to allow remote users to access lookserver’s settings.

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Topics: lookserver, looksoftware, Alison Butterill, Security

Why IBM i needs OCEAN

Posted by Sol De Leon on Nov 3, 2013 10:10:00 PM

OCEAN User Group is an important advocate for the IBM i community.

This user group located in Southern California, draws attendees from as far north as Ventura and as far south as San Diego. Last month's October meeting drew an unusually large attendance due to fact that Alison Butterill, the IBM i Worldwide Product Offering Manager was speaking. No one was disappointed.

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Topics: IBM i, Mobile, Application Modernization, Alison Butterill, IBM i User Groups