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Administrative Rights for Pervasive Users
w/o Designating as Operating System Administrator

Administrative-level rights give access to:

  • Create and configure named databases and tables
  • View or modify a table design with Table Editor
  • Set engine configuration options
  • View and set engine monitoring values
  • View certain engine configuration settings

Example: Allow the auditer to remove users from the Pervasive monitor, while not giving the administrator user name and password to the user.

Workgroup Networks

Note: You must be logged in on the server where the Pervasive engine is installed with administrative rights  for this to work.

Add the user group Pervasive_Admin group under computer Management.

  1. Select Computer Management from the Settings -> Control Panel -> Administrative Tools submenu.
  2. Expand Local Users and Groups, right-click on the Groups folder, and select "New Group".
  3. Name the group Pervasive_Admin.
  4. Click Create.

Any users added to this group have the rights to access the Pervasive monitor.

Domain Networks

Note: You must be logged in with domain administrative rights on the domain controller where active directory is installed.

  1. Add the user group Pervasive_Admin group under Active Directory:

    1. Select Active Directory Users and Computers from the Settings -> Control Panel -> Administrative Tools submenu.

    2. Right-click on the Domain Name and select Group from the New submenu.

    3. Set Group Name to Pervasive_Admin, and select the Domain Local radio button under Group Scope.
    4. In the following example, the “Night Audit” user is added to the Pervasive_Admin group by selecting the Users folder, right-clicking on Night Audit, and selecting Properties.



      Select the "Member of" tab, click the Add button, enter Pervasive_Admin in the "Enter the object names to select" box, then click OK.


      The "Member of" tab should then display as:

  2. Allow logon rights for the Pervasive_Admin user:
    1. Select Domain Controller Security Policy from the Settings -> Control Panel -> Administrative Tools submenu.

    2. Select Allow log on locally" from the Local Policies -> User Rights Assignment submenu.
    3. Click the "Add User or Group " button.
    4. Enter "Pervasive_Admin" as the "User and Group Names" and click OK.
       
    5. Reboot the server.
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