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Authorizations in cFolders

Hi

I have created collaboration folders upto 5 levels (Collab->Folder1->Folder2->Folder3->Folder4->Folder5).

Now for a user I want to give access to folder4 and below. At the same time I do not want its parent folders (folder1->folder2->folder3) not visible. i.e. when user logs in he should see only folder4 and below in his collaboration.

What authorization steps are involved to achieve this? Thanks.

Regards

Senthil

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2007 at 05:32 AM

    Dear Senthil,

    PLease explain the folder structure

    are folder 2,3,4,5 at same level.

    or folder 4 is in folder 3 which is in folder 2 which is in1.

    eg.

    is it like this?

    Coll

    -


    > folder1

    -


    > folder2

    -


    > folder3

    -


    > folder4

    -


    >>folder 4.1

    -


    >>folder 4.2

    -


    >>folder 4.3

    -


    > folder5

    if Yes goto folder 4 and give authorization whichever you need(admin/write/read/create etc) that autho will be carried forwward for the folder 4 and all subfolders i.e for folder 4, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3

    etc

    however he needs notification to access the folder he ll nt b in a position to see collaboration.

    Niranjan

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    • Hi Senthil,

      as you did not give authorizations on Collaboration level to the user his 'Collaborative Scenarios' or any other entry screens are probably empty. So you can send him the hyperlink to this folder and he should be able to see the folder and his subfolders.

      Regards, Daniel

  • Posted on Sep 03, 2007 at 05:03 AM

    Hi Senthil,

    Have you try the folder level Authorization .Dont give Authorization at the parent level, give specific folder. for eg. folder4 only. please dont give admin rights.

    thnax

    sunil jawalkar

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