The effects of security settings in GP-Pro EX when using GP-Viewer EX
Security settings in GP-Pro EX greatly affects the performance of the screen mode (Synchronous Mode / Asynchronous Mode)
of GP-Viewer EX. Performance when starting GP-Viewer EX and when changing screens are as follows:
Synchronous Mode (When the GP-Viewer EX and GP security levels are the same.)
Changing screens from the AGP
Changing screens from GP-Viewer EX
Synchronous Mode (When the GP-Viewer EX security level is "1"and
the GP security level is "10".)
When GP-Viewer EX does not have access rights to security level 10, go to the screen
authentication dialog box, then click [Cancel] to return to the previous screen and enter [Asynchronous Mode].
When GP-Viewer EX has access rights to security level 10, enter the password to display
the same screen as the AGP.
Synchronous Mode (When the GP-Viewer EX security level is "10"
and the AGP security level is "1".)
If an AGP screen has been changed to a screen with a higher security level from
GP-Viewer EX, change back the AGP screen to a screen on which you can operate with a valid security
level before terminating the GP-Viewer EX connection with the AGP.
When an AGP screen keeps a higher security level that GP-Viewer EX assigns temporarily, the screen
cannot be operated with the security level that the AGP originally has.
If you terminate the GP-Viewer EX connection without the above operation, reconnect GP-Viewer EX and
change the AGP screen.
Asynchronouse Mode (When GP-Viewer EX security level is "1".)
GP-Viewer EX does not synchronize its screen with the AGP. Even if a screen changes on the AGP, GP-Viewer EX continues
displaying the same screen.