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Supervised Companies/Organizational Units:


At User Level Security, we have this table 'Supervised Companies/Organizational Units:' What is its significance in setting up security.

Also a user created for a company can be added as a collaborator on an event created by the user in a different company.

How can we control this.



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    Posted on Jul 22, 2011 at 11:49 AM

    Hi Pankaj,

    That field is actually one I recommend locking down or hiding, as it does present significant security concerns. It was intended to be used for executive management to automatically gain access to any business documents assigned to their org units (as listed in this collection) WITHOUT NEEDING TO BE ON THE COLLABORATOR LIST.

    So an executive would add her org units to this list, and if a document was assigned to her org unit she would have (I believe read only) access.

    Use it judiciously. I usually add a page customization to lock it down and add pretext to remind people not to use this field due to its security implications.

    -Howie Wexler

    Crafty Systems, Inc.

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