Explaining how to use Windows Right Definitions within Access Manager
This article will explain the general use functionality of the Windows Right Definitions within Access Manager.
The Windows Right Definitions section under authorization within a zone is used to control the permissions for which applications or services a user has access to. You can right click the Windows Right Definitions folder to add a predefined right under a zone for all users in that zone to have access to.
Here you will see all the predefined rights to applications or services to add to the zone.
If you want to create a custom right for an application of your machine, you can right click the Applications section, and click on "New Windows Application"
From here, you can specify the application you want to add a right for under the zone. Under "Match Criteria", you can click "Add" and specify the various paths, arguments, and any rules to match the application you want to create a right for.
Under "Run as", you can specify which user the application will run under, or specify the current user logged in with specific groups privileges without adding them to the group itself.