<default .wf folder is register with userone credentials> (userone successfully logged in)
<modified .psf file with another path registered with usertwo credentials> (usertwo successfully logged in)
<modified .psf file with another path registered with userthree credentials> (message: server already registered with usertwo credentials)
using these user configuration in parametric.psf file I am able to login with two windchill credentials now while server cache being registered at two different locations. But when I specified third location and tried to launch creo parametric 4.0 with new user credentials, it's displaying a message server already registered to 'older user'. Even though I have specified different location why is it taking older cache location? How many users can be maximum registered at once?
The environment variables for the Creo Agent in Creo Parametric 4.0 are different.
I think so you did not get my question. Let me explain it clearly.
I have integrated windchill within creo. When we register server, a folder called .wf will be created in appdata which will hold all my server and current session information. This .wf folder is for a particular user. By modifying parametric.psf file I can specify a directory to store another user information without unregistering the initially registered server.
That is if initially userone has registered with windchill server , a folder called .wf will be created to store his information. Next when usertwo registers another folder in a specified location will be created automatically and will hold all his information. Now without unregistering userone I can add usertwo to use the same server using this method.
Now my question is how many such users can be added by modifying the parametric.psf file. Because when I tried to register userthree, folder specified was not getting created and I was getting a messagebox which specified already this server is registered with xyzuser. Do you want to continue or ignore.
Each user on their machine will use the 'same' cache file names, so you do not need to modify the .psf for multiple users. Even if users share a computer, assuming individual OS logins, they will each have their own cache files.
The only time I see your error message is when I use multiple Windchill accounts on the same computer login. This should be a rare instance, but I have it because of my admin versus normal user account.
My question was at such scenario, maximum how many windchill users can login on same machine.
One logged on to the computer at a time - there should be no limit. Concurrently, no idea. Depends if the different processes remain completely isolated from each other. I suspect that they may not...