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Restrict access to Personal Directories in Filesystem Repositories

If we would index the Personal Directories of all Employees (Integrate them into an File System Repository), so that every Employee can search public documents PLUS his own personal files(trex), there are a few Problems concerning security:

We need a User who has access to all personal files on the file system, who is used for mounting the directories.

The User index_service needs full access to all personal files.

But the main Problems are the system Principals. Every User, who has a Role, that has System Principal right (full read and write access) can access all personal files, that are integrated in a File System Repository. For Example every User, who is a Content-Admin.

Is there an opportunity to restrict access to personal files even to these Users?

Thanks in advance,

Sven

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2006 at 04:27 AM

    Hi Sven,

    Try setting permissions at the file system level.

    Regards,

    venkat.

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      Hello Sven,

      content administrators or other adminstrative need not to be defined by the SAP standard roles (content admin, super admin, etc,.).

      These special roles are defined as principal roles/user/groups.

      Nothing new.

      Why don't you create distributed content administrators or content administrative roles, which are not prinicipals?

      You can use customed roles/groups/user for this reason, without assigneing them to prinicipal rights.

      Not every content manager is supposed to be a prinicipal. Sure it is a organizational question - but it needs to be specified in detail/concepts.

      regards,

      Darijo

      ps: assign points if it was helpful

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      Darijo Pavlic

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