Can you please explain "interactive user present" grammatically? What does "present" mean?

"A batch system is one that processes routine jobs without any interactive user present."


The meaning is the same as "without any interactive user being present". "present" is an adjective that applies to "interactive user".

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But an adjective comes before its noun?

It is in the predicative position after the (inferred) verb "be."

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