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Currently giving helpdesk staff the password to deploy an image gives them access to deploy every image, and to log into machines remotely with administrator priviledges. It would be nice to at least differentiate between personnel with access to deploy images, and personnel with access to log into connected machines as an admin. This is espeically important with RSAs, where remote offices may have an "advanced user" rather than actual helpdesk personnel. The significant problem with allowing people to deploy images is that it also currently grants those people full access to remotely administrate any workstation or server they can reach.
Thank you for the suggestion, we do really like the idea of finding more enticing ways to provide top user contributions. By time period as you suggest is one way we could do this. We also like the idea of using topics as verticals so that there are subject-matter experts recognized for their contributions and knowledge.
We are looking for an intuitive way to provide this capability. One method would be to support the exclusion of certain tags in search results (right now it is inclusive). Would love to hear any ideas members may have for a good way to do this (will likely need to be some method of tag filtering)
Like all suggestions here, if you’d like to see this, please vote it up to see it done sooner!
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