The highlights of v188.8.131.52
are summarised below:
User Permission Settings
The following User Groups
are createdby default and further custom User Groups can be created by an Administrator:
to Administration module. The only user group with the ability to create Projects
Project Manager: Able
to manage Requirements & Defects, and control the association of Users &
Environments with a project
Able to manage Defects.
Test Manager: Has most
unrestricted access to Vienna
access to all modules except Defects
Tester: Access to all
modules with some restrictions ineach
Viewer: Read only access
to all modules
Desktop User Group:
Full access to Vienna. Group restricted to the Free Desktop edition
Permissions can be applied
to a Module, individual field or drop down list (e.g. a Developer cannot close a defect).
Integration with Directory
Services using LDAP Protocol. The following Authentication providers are now available when
setting up User Permissions:
Automatic authentication using windows account. User will not be prompted to enter
their login credentials.
Authenticates a user through directory services implemented in Internet Protocol
user through Vienna’s secure built-in authentication. User information is stored
securely in the Vienna Database.
On first installation
a user will be prompted to setup permissions which is a one-time wizard for the Desktop Edition.
Using client/server edition, an administrator can change the authentication providers
if required at any point.
To download this latest
version, please click on Download Vienna - Test ManagementTM
You will be required to login or register before you downloadour software.
To install this newer
version of Vienna, please uninstall your existing version and then run the download.
You should not lose any data currently stored in your SQL database, as this is unaffected
by the installation.
NB: There have been many database
updates during this release.Vienna will automatically update the database and these
updates will be shownon the Splash Screen when you first launch Vienna Desktop