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Thread: Editin multiple user object possible?

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    Default Editin multiple user object possible?

    Hi,
    I have 2K something VPN user object and I categorized them by departments.I want to change user object color and add tag by department. Is there any way to change multiple user object like that or do I have to do it one by one?

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    Default Re: Editin multiple user object possible?

    Quote Originally Posted by tceydeliler View Post
    Hi,
    I have 2K something VPN user object and I categorized them by departments.I want to change user object color and add tag by department. Is there any way to change multiple user object like that or do I have to do it one by one?
    Which version?

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    Default Re: Editin multiple user object possible?

    The answer: use dbedit (same for R77.x and R80.x)
    The commands in dbedit would look something like:

    modify users joe.roberts colorblack
    update_all

    You can do multiple modify commands before doing a single update_all at the end.
    You can also put all the dbedit commands in a file and do something like the following from the management to run it:

    dbedit -local -f commands.txt

    I would modify a couple of users by hand in SmartConsole so you know exactly what to put for the colors by reviewing $FWDIR/conf/users.C on the management.
    Insert usual caveats about using dbedit (make sure no one is in read/write mode on SmartConsole, could break in future versions, etc).
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