This section introduces the Lotus® Expeditor Client's runtime configurations.
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Multiuser configuration: XPD622
Lotus Expeditor Client only supports installing for multiple users on the same machine, such as a workstation used as a kiosk with individual operating system log-ins.
Restricted Workbench Service: XPD622
Enable the Restricted Workbench Service to provide a restricted environment in which all Lotus Expeditor users are limited to the applications and operating system services that you, as administrator, have configured.
Enterprise Management Agent Client: XPD622
You can enable your Lotus Expeditor workstations to be managed by an Expeditor Server. This is one way to centrally administer your Lotus Expeditor environment.
Portaladministered client: XPD622
You can enable your Lotus Expeditor Client workstations to receive configuration information from a WebSphere® Portal server. This is one way to centrally administer your Lotus Expeditor Client environment.
Network Client Install: XPD622
Install the Network Client Installer so that users can remotely install the Lotus Expeditor, install the administrative components needed on your Portal server, and manage the Lotus Expeditor.
Understanding the client file layout: XPD622
When Lotus Expeditor is installed on a machine, the installer creates a directory structure in the installation directory. This section describes the layout of the installation directory.
Single signon with the operating system: XPD622
Managed settings: XPD622
The managed settings framework allows you control over the runtime behavior of client applications by letting you set the values of the settings that the applications are reading out of the Eclipse preference store.