Security...

Ricardo Paz

Reputable Poster
Hi list.....
Is there any way that when we create a new user all the security be
automatically set to non-permission so that we can set permissions at a
later time?

OW 7.3.3.2
NT 4.0
Sql 7.0

Thanks



Lic. Ricardo Paz Castanon
Jefe Sistemas COHESA
 

tmesser

Member
Put them in a temporary group that is restricted and then move them into
another (permanent) group later.

Tom
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From: "rpaz" <rpaz@cohesa.com.mx>
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Sent: Wednesday, November 29, 2000 11:06 AM
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> Hi list.....
> Is there any way that when we create a new user all the security be
> automatically set to non-permission so that we can set permissions at a
> later time?
>
> OW 7.3.3.2
> NT 4.0
> Sql 7.0
>
> Thanks
>
>
>
> Lic. Ricardo Paz Castanon
> Jefe Sistemas COHESA
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Ken_Andre

Member
There are a few ways to do this.

1. Create a user group with no install or run access to Applications. (Mine is
called DEFAULTUSR). Add all new users to this group until their is access is
finalised, then move them into the necessary groups.

2. Create a new user template with no run or install access to Applications.
Copy this template for all new users until access is finalised, then move them
into the necessary groups.

3. Set *PUBLIC security to no run or install for Applications. That way, all new
users will not have any acces to anything until they're added to a group. Allow
run and install security for the following apps: P0082M, P00825, P0085, P00890,
P0801, P98OWSEC, P98UBE, P98305, P986116. If security isn't allowed for the
listed apps, all users, including yourself, will be permanently lock out of OW.
It's a good idea to set security for the OW administrator/Security administrator
at the user level BEFORE trying this for *PUBLIC. Time constraints have froced
me to leave this implementation until mid January.

Door #1 is the quickest and easiest.






rpaz <rpaz@cohesa.com.mx> on 11/29/2000 08:06:45 AM

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Hi list.....
Is there any way that when we create a new user all the security be
automatically set to non-permission so that we can set permissions at a
later time?

OW 7.3.3.2
NT 4.0
Sql 7.0

Thanks



Lic. Ricardo Paz Castanon
Jefe Sistemas COHESA
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Lnelson

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We use the *Public approach here. We watch our access very closely so we
chose to secure everyone out and give them back what they need. Make sure
your security officier is in a group that has *ALL access to all programs
before you do a *PUBLIC *ALL will no access. If you don't do this step you
will lock yourself out of all programs. It seemed like a lot of work in
the beginning, but it has paid off. I don't have to worry about someone
getting into something they shouldn't.

Thanks and have a great day,

Laurie Nelson
Wagstaff, Inc.
Phone: 509 922-1404, ext 3303
Fax: 509 892-6010
e-mail: lnelson@wagstaff.com



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Hi list.....
Is there any way that when we create a new user all the security be
automatically set to non-permission so that we can set permissions at a
later time?

OW 7.3.3.2
NT 4.0
Sql 7.0

Thanks



Lic. Ricardo Paz Castanon
Jefe Sistemas COHESA
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bill_powell

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Speaking of which, where is Search Type Security??? I cannot find it in the
workbench or through menu word search ....

Bill Powell
ICS Inc. - Central Florida
Bill.Powell@ICSolutions.COM
Client Services Manager
Phone - (813) 287-1568
Fax - (813) 287-1621
Voice Mail - (800) 676-4427 x7020
 

r_hardgrave

Member
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Hi Bill

We, like you think the Word Search is fantastic, particularly for finding
fuzzy Ship To addresses. We have modified P01012 to link directly to P01800.
I attach a powerpoint. We too would like to see it accessible from P4210 and
will be adding a link here too either from W4210E or via P0101SL.

JDE really don't push this feature enough !

cheers

Rob Hardgrave
Ibstock Brick - UK
 
Bill,

We have been using row security on the AddressType1
field in the F0101 table. It is a little bit of a pain to keep
on top of but it works well.

Todd Passenheim
American Medical Systems
Todd.Passenheim@VisitAMS.com
Phone: (952) 930-6294


>>> bill.powell@icsolutions.com 11/30/00 09:53PM >>>
Speaking of which, where is Search Type Security??? I cannot find it in the
workbench or through menu word search ....

Bill Powell
ICS Inc. - Central Florida
Bill.Powell@ICSolutions.COM
Client Services Manager
Phone - (813) 287-1568
Fax - (813) 287-1621
Voice Mail - (800) 676-4427 x7020






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simon_mcdermott1

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You need to use Row Security on the AT1 dd for address book tables, also you
may need to add these to transaction tables, depending on your requirements

Simon
 

ismith

Active Member
For "Search Type Security," you would use Row Security on the Search Type
field in the F0101 file. That should do it.

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