Any other ideas?
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On 1/19/00, at 2:56 PM, Josh Hillman wrote:
>From: PowerNet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>I recently installed Emerald Client on a new machine.
>>This is for tech support and I do not want them able to access reports.
>>I have default reports set up in Emeradmin and my billing person I think=
>using local reports on her system, but the new clients are using the=
>reports dir on the SQL server.
>>During the install of emerald, I unchecked reports thinking that that=
>prevent this problem, but apparently not.
>>How do I fix this?
>>I do not want them to see anything but account info, radlog and online
>Go into the Emerald Admin and UNcheck the "Use only global reports" in the
>Client/Reports section (this option doesn't work correctly when
>batch-printing). You should have a UNC path for the reports listed=
>Go into the Emerald directories on the client machines and remove *.rpt.
>This will prevent those clients from overriding what you have in the UNC
>path specified above.
>Although there may be a way of restricting report-printing/viewing=
>within Emerald (??), you can also just modify the NTFS permissions for=
>UNC path and restrict that one user (or group) from having read access.
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