It speaks well of the Remote Utilities software and documentation (beautifully done) that there is so little activity in the forum of such a widely used product. (Potential customers: do yourself and your organization a big favor and get this software.)
Thank you for the kind words. Yes, we receive few support tickets and forum posts relative to our user base, but that has always been our primary strategy. We are planning to further improve and update our documentation and also provide some fresh video tutorials soon.
It would be useful to be able to modify the title of a forum posting after the post has been submitted.
This can be done by an administrator. So if you need to update the title, just send me a message through the forum (via PM) and I'll do that.
Under Host Setting > Security > Users and access control, I would change "User name" to "Remote utilities user name" to quickly distinguish it from the Windows user name.
That makes sense. Anyway, the Host settings window will be significantly revamped soon. When we'll be making this change, we'll keep in mind this suggestion.
4. Under point 5 of number 3 above regarding "Permissions for individual users can be overridden by global permissions set on the Modes tab."
I think this is incorrect. When a mode is disabled on the "User Access - RUT Security" window and enabled on the Security > Advanced > Modes tab, the statement states that the mode is enabled for the user when in fact it is disabled. The Modes tab setting (enabled) does NOT override the "User Access - RUT Security" setting (disabled).
It seems a connection mode is enabled for a particular user only if is enabled both on the Modes tab and on the user's "User Access - RUT Security" window.
Yes, for a connection mode to be allowed for a specific RU user it should also be allowed in global settings on the Mode tab. In other words, the Modes tab serves as a global "switch" to quickly block any undesirable permissions for all users.
Perhaps, we need to rephrase the documentation quote above then.