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Permission for Bypass Record Type Access Control References in the Security and Access Policy Dialog

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Permission for Bypass Record Type Access Control References in the Security and Access Policy Dialog

Is there a permission (or something) that controls if the check box for  "Bypass Record Type Access Control References" is enabled in the Security and Access Policy Dialog box?

 

Obviously if the user dosn't have Modify Record access all the controls are disabled, what I'm looking for is a setting that just disables that option, so a user can modify access but can't bypass record type access controls.

 

I had a look around and tried a few things, but I'm throwing in the towel on this one!

 

thanks

 

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Re: Permission for Bypass Record Type Access Control References in the Security and Access Policy Di

That tick box is hard-coded. You wont be able to get rid of it.

 

I suggest submitting an enhancement request with a good business case.

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Honored Contributor

Re: Permission for Bypass Record Type Access Control References in the Security and Access Policy Di

Thanks I won't spend any more time looking !

 

Is there an online enhancement request, or do I have to ring the support number?

The suggestions and feedback links see to refer to HP forums in general there wan't one for a specific product.

 

 

Honored Contributor

Re: Permission for Bypass Record Type Access Control References in the Security and Access Policy Di

Yep, just visit http://support.openview.hp.com

Ensure you login and have an SAID registered on your account.

 

This will allow you to create a support case where you can raise the enhancement online.

 

 



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Re: Permission for Bypass Record Type Access Control References in the Security and Access Policy Di

I'm happy to be proven wrong...but surely a user only has that tickbox available to them if they have the user permission "Bypass All Access Controls" enabled in their profile?

 

Neil


Neil

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Honored Contributor

Re: Permission for Bypass Record Type Access Control References in the Security and Access Policy Di

Oooh, them fighting words Neil!

Now I'm going to have to check that...   :smileytongue:



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Honored Contributor

Re: Permission for Bypass Record Type Access Control References in the Security and Access Policy Di

Hi

 

It can be easily proved.

 

In a test environment check Information workers do NOT have any of the following

. Bypass View Metadata Acces Control

. Bypass All Access Control

. Bypass Lockdown

 

Have a record type where one of the default record access controls is "reference"

 

Create a file based on the record type and set an Information worker to have

. View metadata

. Modify Record Access

 

As an Information worker find that file and chose Security/Access

You can tick the Bypass Record type access control references and change the access control

 

Mark

 

 

Honored Contributor

Re: Permission for Bypass Record Type Access Control References in the Security and Access Policy Di

Yep, thanks Mark.

 

Definitely put in the enhancement then.

 



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