Support installation on Windows Server Core with the standard install kit. Server Core requires fewer patches, uses fewer resources and has a smaller attack surface than the full GUI version of Windows Server.5 votes
Installation support for Windows Server Core was added in PI Vision 2017.
Allow a PI Coresight Admin to provide viewing (read-only) access to a subset of users. These users will not have the ability to save new displays.
An example might be a university where they would like to give students viewing read-only access to displays available in the system.
Note that this request is different than a kiosk mode which does limit creation of new displays, but does not allow a user to search for data items, perform ad hoc creation of symbols, and does not enable navigation from the displays page.
Note: This was previously Enhancement 106679.37 votes
The PI Vision development team has released a new Explorer user type in PI Vision 2017. Explorer users can view and manipulate existing displays and create ad-hoc displays for investigation, but cannot save displays. Upgrade to PI Vision 2017 to take advantage of this and other new features. You can read about the key new features in PI Vision 2017 in our release announcement here: https://techsupport.osisoft.com/Troubleshooting/Releases/RL01216.
Be able to restrict read access of displays to a group of users.
Provide ability to be able to create display groups in PI Coresight
Provide ability to be able to assign displays to groups.
Provide ability for admin to be able to remove groups, or modify displays contained within groups.
Note: This was previously Enhancement 82110.39 votes
PI Coresight 2016 includes a feature that allows a display owner to share a display with a specific group of users. Management of security groups is controlled by an Administrator using PI-AF identities (which can be tied to Active Directory groups). Group sharing applies to native PI Coresight displays and imported PI ProcessBook displays.
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