The new Remote Desktop Manager 12 has some great new features, and one of my favorites is Root Settings. Along with Security Groups, Roles and Repositories, it’s another way to manage your security.
With Root Settings, you can set a permission on your top-level folder (the root folder). It gives you the option of having all of your folders inherit the permissions you’ve set on the root folder, saving you time by not having to define permissions on each top layer folder. Learn more and how to use it on our blog: