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Joined: Fri Sep 05, 2014 12:02 pm
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Using following project structure:

-- project1
---- p1.folder1
------ p1.folder1.sub1
-- project2
---- p2.folder1
---- p2.folder2

I would like to define a user that has access to the following paths:


The user would have access to files under those specific projects, but not any other. Also, I would like to make it so the user does not "see" any of the other sub-projects - for example, they should not see $/project1/p1.folder1.sub1 or $/project2/p2.folder1 even listed in the SourceAnywhere client interface.

Currently, using project-level permissions, I can remove all permissions for the specific user to the sub-projects I don't want them to access. But, they can still "see" those folders in the SourceAnywhere interface, even if access is denied when they try to navigate to them.

Is there a way to make sub-projects "invisible" for users that have no access to those sub-projects, so that they are not displayed by the client?

Thank you in advance for any feedback.


Joined: Tue Mar 08, 2005 12:23 am
Posts: 1315
Hello Cesario,

Thank you for contacting us.

Yes, what your required is supported by SourceAnywhere, by customizing Security level. Please follow the steps below:

1. login Dynamsoft SourceAnywhere Server Manager as Admin.
2. Go to Repositories -> the target Repository -> security.
3. select target user, uncheck "List Folder Content" right and apply.

For detailed info, please refer to:

Please let me know if you need any further info.


Catherine Sea
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