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Comment: Published by Scroll Versions from space DTPDEVEL and version 2020.2

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You can filter access based on individual patterns or on groups of one or more patterns. Filters can apply to users on a specific host or to groups of hosts and users based on a a regex pattern. When pattern or pattern group is defined, you can assign a deny or allow action to the pattern or pattern group. 

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Specify the user name and host name in the Filter requests for section click [Deny] or [Allow]

  • When a pattern is configured and the 

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  • Allow

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  •  action is used, only the machines that are included in the filter will be granted licenses.
  • If the 

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  • Deny

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  •  action is used, licenses will be denied to machines defined in the filter–requests from all other machines will be granted. 

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For example, if the deny action is applied to the pattern in the example screenshot above, all users on hosts with IP addresses starting with 10.10.4 will be denied license tokens.


If both Deny and Allow actions are applied to the filters defined in License Server, the logic requires both conditions to be satisfied (i.e., an AND operator placed between the filters). For example, the license for user John will not be granted if the following filters are defined:

  • ALLOW: user: John
  • DENY: user: .* (i.e. all users)

Filtering by Pattern Group

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