Be sure that the operators you've added are in the EmeraldSecure SQL
group and not the Emerald group. I'm sorry I haven't been watching the
list lately, so I haven't seen your previous posts, but that's the most
common oversight when trying to enforce operator group security.
David Routh wrote:
> I've asked several times about the Security tab in Emerald Admin and how to
> get permissions to work properly. No response soooo....
> I'm going to reload everything thinking it's some stupid mistake I've made
> and when I go to add Operators I'll add them in SQL EM and try to figure
> out how to set their permissions there.
> Is that basically how it should be done?...
> As from my previous posts when I add them under Security the permissions
> aren't enforced... and when I delete the Operator they are still there even
> though they don't show up in SQL Logins...
> Thanks for your time.
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