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Hi all,

 

I want to create a role to kill processes. Is it possible to create a filter with multiple fields?

perhaps, a filter "bacs.exe,baps.exe,...) or is the only manner is to create a permission for each element of the filter?

 

Regards,

 

Laurent

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Currently you have to add a single TerminateProcess permission for each each process unless a wildcard filter like ba*.exe would work. You can add multiple instances of the same permission per role and even scope each permission differently if needed.

@onescripter
Hi Jay,

It's what I did but there is a performance issue if you do as it.
It takes 30 to 40 seconds to give a result in "Processes" view. I have 30 processes to filter... so 30 "terminate process" rules to verify, I assume, before the give a result...
Do you know if there are some parameters to modify in IIS, DB or other?

Laurent

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Topic starter

Hi Jay,

It's what I did but there is a performance issue if you do as it.
It takes 30 to 40 seconds to give a result in "Processes" view. I have 30 processes to filter... so 30 "terminate process" rules to verify, I assume, before the give a result...
Do you know if there are some parameters to modify in IIS, DB or other?

Laurent

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The number of permission filters you have should have little impact on performance because of the way they are processed. If you have only a single ReadService permission with a wide open filter of * does it still take 30-40 seconds to render? If so, then it may be something else. Usually performance delays with getting processes is actually due to getting the process owner for each process.

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