Removing a user via the Registry
Problem: Corrupted user accounts and how to remove a user via the Registry
Answer: Have you restarted the Titan
Daemon from the Services Applet panel? If so, and the problem still
persists, please do the following:
If the configuration for Titan has been stored in the Registry, you may
have a corrupted user entry in your Registry. Close down the Titan
Admin console. If you can, stop the service, if not, you may still
Launch the Registry, browse HKLM, locate the South River Technologies
folder, select Titan FTP Server, select Servers, browse each folder
labeled with a number (you can search on ServerName on the right-hand
side to find your FTP server), and expand to see the Users section (you
can search for Username to find the User on the right-hand side). The
users will be assigned a random numbered folder. Browse to you locate
the user's folder and rename that folder to folderold. Go back to the Titan console, and try removing the user.
Cornerstone MFT End User License Agreement (EULA)
This license is agreed to by the end user prior to installing the software. This license is a legal agreement between you, the end user and South River Technologies, Inc. (“SRT”). The software is licensed to you only if you accept all of the terms ...
Migrating from Registry to SQL Database (Titan 7 MFT to Cornerstone 8)
NOTE: This process does not require a restart. However, it does require you to install a local instance of SQL Express if you will be using SQL authentication instead of Windows Authentication. SQL Express installer can be found under C:\Program ...
Importing users via CSV files
Sometimes there is a need to import users though a CSV file. This can be done using a combination of PowerShell and the srxCFG utility. Lets assume we have a CSV file, users.csv, which looks like this: Username,FullName,EmailAddress user1,User Number ...
Configuring LDAP for User Authentication
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) is generally used on non-Microsoft equipment (though it can work in conjunction with Active Directory) as a directory for sharing information. LDAP includes its own object classification system, which ...
Can user accounts be set to expire?
Yes. You can set user accounts to expire at the Group level on the Group General tab. Also you can set user accounts to expire at the User level on the User General tab. If you have created a user account and have it set to expire on a given date, ...