Cortado Server – Manual

Using commands (example)

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User import

Import a single user

  • To import a user, enter the following chain of command (pipeline) (example) (upper arrow in illus.):

Add-CCSUser -LogonName user14@ccsdemo.de

  • Confirm with Enter.
  •  If the import of the user was carried out, the following message will be dis­played (lower arrow in illus.):

User with logon name ‘user14@ccsdemo.de’ added.

Import a single user (Example of importing user14 mit LogonName)

Import a single user (Example of importing user14 mit LogonName)

To import users, you can combine the command Add-CCS-User with the SID of the designated user.

Import of a user group

  • Use the command Add-CCSGroup if you want to import an AD group instead.
  • Enter a chain of command as follows (example) (upper arrow in illus.):

Add-CCSGroup -SamAccountName Sales

  • Confirm with Enter.
  •  If the import of the user was carried out, the following message will be dis­played (lower arrow in illus.):

Group with name ‘Sales’ added.

Nutzerimport einer AD-Gruppe (Beispiel für den Import der Gruppe Cortado Users mit SamAccountName)

Import an AD Group (example of the import using SamAccountName)

Add a printer

Assign shared printer

To add a printer which is shared on a print server to a user, use the command: Add-CCSNetworkPrinter

  • Enter a chain of command as follows (example) (upper arrow in illus.):

Get-CCSUser -SamAccountName user14@ccsdemo.de | Add-CCSNetworkPrinter -ServerName mtc.ccsdemo.de -PrinterShareName "Brother Color Leg Type1"

  • Confirm with Enter.
  • Subsequently you get the information that the printer has been assigned to the appropriate user (lower arrow in illus.).
Assign a printer on the print server to a user (here: user 14, printer “Brother Color Leg Type1”)

Assign a printer on the print server to a user (here: user 14, printer “Brother Color Leg Type1”)

Assign local printer

  • Do you want to assign a printer locally created on a Cortado server to all users, add the command: Get-CCSUsers
  • Enter a chain of command as follows (example) (upper arrow in illus.):

Get-CCSUsers | Add-CCSLocalPrinter -PrinterName "Personal Printer"

Assign all users a local printer on the Cortado server ("Personal Printer")

Assign all users a local printer on the Cortado server (“Personal Printer”)

  • Confirm with Enter.
  • You will then receive the message that the printer has been added to all users (lower arrow in illus.).

Assign a printer to an AD group

  • Enter the following command if you want to assign a printer share to a user group (example):

Get-CCSGroupUsers -SamAccountName Sales | Add-CCSNetworkPrinter -ServerName mtc.ccsdemo.de -PrinterShareName "Brother Color Leg Type1"

  • Confirm with Enter.
  • You will then receive the message that the printer has been added to all users of the AD group.

Manage Cortado password

Advanced password settings

Analogous to the possible settings in the Management Console, you can manage the Cortado password with PowerShell. To do so, the Cortado password has to be acti­vated using the command Set-CCSPasswordSettings with the parameter -EnableCortadopassword. With this command you can set if the Cortado password has to contain characters or symbols.

  • Enter the following chain of command (example) (upper arrow in illus.):

Set-CCSPasswordSettings -EnableCortadoPassword 1 -Pass­wordisnumeric 0 -MustContainNumbers 1 -MustContainCha­racters 1 -MustContainSymbols 1

Enable Cortado password for the users and set password requirements

Enable Cortado password for the users and set password requirements

  • Confirm with Enter.
  • You will then receive the message that the password has been saved success­fully (lower arrow in illus.).

The Cortado password is converted with the command -Passwordisnumeric 0 to Password contains only numbers on Advanced password settings. In the example above, it must contain numbers, characters and symbols.

Set password change interval

With the cmdlet -Set-CCSPasswordChangeInterval you can set the period of validity of the Cortado password in days. With the cmdlet Set-CCSPassword­MinLength you set the minimum length of the password. With Set-CCSPass­wordRetryCount you can specify the possible number of maximum wrong entries.

Allocating a new password

With the cmdlet Update-CCSPassword you can allocate a new password to a user.

  • To do so, enter the following chain of command (example) (upper arrow in illus.):

Get-CCSUser -SamAccountName user14@ccsdemo.de | Update-CCSPassword -CCSPassword 4!heidh3§

Allocating a new Cortado password (example: 4!heidh3§)

Allocating a new Cortado password (example: 4!heidh3§)

  • Confirm with Enter.
  • You will then receive the message that the user has received a new password (lower arrow in illus.).

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