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    So we know have people other then the programmer's using PcDmis which is cool. But how do I set PcDmis to operator mode. Is it done per their user account or another way?
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    It's been a while since i've had to use that, so here goes what i think i remember. If they don't have administration rights turned on, when they log on, the only option they have is operator mode.
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    • #3
      We have a profile with a very generic profile password 6-5-4-3-2-1, login name is CMMOP
      This profile startup has PC-DMIS operator mode so when this login/profile is logged into it will start PC-DMIS
      The only icon on desktop is PC-DMIS operator mode shortcut and IT has security limited to read write program folder for CMM program's only
      PC-DMIS is exited in operator mode, logoff is automatic as part of PC-DMIS
      User prompts set up sheets, weather you need a manual alignments etc or you can use marked sets.

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      • #4
        I think adding the /O to the program start command puts it into operator mode (but it's been a LONG time since I've even tried to use it).
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        I've got one from September 2006 (bug ticket) which has finally been fixed in 2013.

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        • #5
          another option to consider is using password protected mode. (available since v2010) does it's job quite well in that nothing in any program is editable by unauthorized cave monkeys.
          if they ARE authorized, well... then you really can't blame the Demon.....

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          • #6
            If you go the folder where the current version of pcdmis resides you will find the "Startup.exe", open it (double click).
            This contains the shortcuts for Offline mode, Online mode, Operator Mode, etc...
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            • #7
              Originally posted by sealevel View Post
              another option to consider is using password protected mode. (available since v2010) does it's job quite well in that nothing in any program is editable by unauthorized cave monkeys.
              if they ARE authorized, well... then you really can't blame the Demon.....
              +1

              This is what we use on our shop floor machines.

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