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Enable access restrictions in Code With Me session

In some cases, due to security policies in your company, you may need to control access to certain parts of the system during the Code With Me session. For example, you can forcibly disable access to the terminal, files, tool windows, or the run actions for all users of the session. This means that the session host cannot enable access to any restricted parts of the system for any session or user.

You can use the following file (for Windows key) names:

  • access_terminal

  • access_files

  • access_run

  • access_toolwindow

Use the following available values:

  • Disabled

  • Readonly

  • FullAccess

  • For the user-specific settings, create a text file settingName at the following location:

    /Users/UserName/Library/Application Support/JetBrains/CodeWithMe/settingName
  • For the system-wide settings, create a text file settingName at the following location:

    /Library/Application Support/JetBrains/CodeWithMe/settingName
  • For the user-specific settings, create a text file settingName at the following location:

    $HOME/.config/JetBrains/CodeWithMe/settingName
  • For the system-wide settings, create a text file settingName at the following location:

    /etc/xdg/JetBrains/CodeWithMe/settingName
  • For user-specific settings, use HKEY_CURRENT_USER registry.

  • For system wide settings, use HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE registry.

In the SOFTWARE\JetBrains\CodeWithMe directory, create key settingName with the value of this setting.

Last modified: 13 February 2024