Configure Security for Client Nodes
This feature is not available in .NET Core based installation.
Using NCache Manager
Make sure you have administrative rights before proceeding with this feature.
Click on the client node for which you want to configure client level security.
Click on Security tab.
Enter credentials for primary user and secondary user.
Right click on the client node and select Apply Configuration.
This adds security for client node, which is also saved in encrypted form in client.ncconf under the <security> tag.
Using Windows PowerShell
Add-ClientNodeSecurity cmdlet configures client node level security so that
administrative and managerial tasks can be performed. This updates
client.ncconf for that specific cache accordingly.
Cache security is replicated into client node as well, so any secondary users will also be added to the client node.
The following command configures client node security on myPartitionedCache which has administrator john_smith. This adds primary user as james_tredwell and secondary user david_watson on the server 18.104.22.168.
Add-ClientNodeSecurity myPartitionedCache -Admin john_smith -AdminPassword adminpassword -PrimaryUserName james_tredwell -PrimaryPassword pripassword -SecondaryUserName david_watson -SecondaryPassword secpassword -DomainController pdc -NodeName 22.214.171.124