On an architecture with Utility on a computer located on a different domain of the PI Vision server, the authentication fail.
Could it be possible to prompt a login window (as for AF)6 votes
Currently the migration utility will attempt to access PI Vision as the user who is currently logged into the machine. Could you please share more information about your use case and how would a login prompt be useful in this case? Does the user need to enter login credentials so that they can authenticate as a different user (a user other than the user currently logged into the machine)?
Currently any user in the PI Vision Utility Users group running the PI ProcessBook to PI Vision migration utility can select any folder as the destination folder, regardless of whether they are allowed to write to the folder in PI Vision (i.e. their AF Identity has write permissions on the PI Vision folder).
Additionally, only certain users (e.g. PI Vision admins or specific identities) should be able to specify a user other than themselves as the owner of a display.
The ProcessBook to Vision migration utility should observe PI Vision folder security.4 votes
Currently display links are only preserved when linked PI ProcessBook displays are migrated together. Navigation links should be preserved across different batches of displays that are migrated.2 votes
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