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A Contribute user made some "Personalize this Page" changs only he can see. How can I, as an admin, see what this user has done without logging in with his acct?
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I'm becoming increasing frustrated with the lack of support at GoDaddy.Com. Today they're not even answering their phones!
All I'm trying to do is set up an admin and several user accounts on my site so I and several users can log on. I'm not even trying to do it remotely, but on their SQL server.
1. Using Query Analyzer I created a few users:
INSERT INTO aspnet_Users(ApplicationID, UserName, LoweredUserName, LastActivityDate).... That worked.
2. Next, I created a couple of roles:
INSERT INTO aspnet_Roles(ApplicationID, RoleName, LoweredRoleName).... That worked.
3. I then put the users in these roles:
INSERT INTO aspnet_UsersInRoles(UserID, RoleID).... That, too, worked.
4. But then I tried to put those users, roles, and UsersInRoles into aspnet_Membership according to their own documentation--Activating ASP.NET 2.0 Personal Web Site User Account http://help.godaddy.com/topic/216/article/885 using UPDATE aspnet_Membership SET IsApproved = 1 WHERE UserId = 'MyUserId'
Nothing. Although Query Analyzer tells me the command executed successfully, the aspnet_Membership table shows no entries.
It's my understanding that getting entries into this table is critical for the login procedure. So can somebod
I my dynamic data application, I made ScaffoldTable(false) on some of the table in a seperate partial classes. I am using linq to sql classes for my tables and Also I am using sql membership on my application.
what I want to do is that I need to make the following table's ScaffoldTable as false, if the user is not in the admin role. How can I do that ?
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I want to restrict a user with sys admin server role to execute a query. or is there any possibility to drop the query before it get executed (after parsing). I know i can do this using SSMS SET NOEXEC ON | OFF in Query Analyzer.
But how can i implement this when ever sysadmin user executes a particular query.
I have a login page for my users. And I want my admin login to have its own page. Right now I have to login as an admin in the same page as the users.
How can I have 2 login on my site? I get an error if I have authentication forms on both my web.configs.
We're a 500-person services business, relatively new to SharePoint and recreating many legacy applications in SharePoint. We have a couple developers and an administrator and have been trying very hard to segregate those roles. The administrator
controls Audiences, SharePoint groups, Distribution Lists, etc. Developers have read access to Active Directory, but no rights to view or edit SP groups, Global Audiences, or Distribution Lists. When user issues arise, the developer must
always suspect a group membership problem but can't know enough to confirm or deny.
I would love to hear how others handle this. Do your developers have admin rights? (And what problems does that cause?). Do you have strict naming conventions to differentiate GA from SP from Dist List? Do you have 3rd party tools to synchronize groups,
so you can have perfect confidence that the Global Audience "Busboys" contains exactly the same users as the Active Directory group "Busboys?" Is there a way for developers to have read-only access to the various groups so they can troubleshoot membership
problems without endangering security?
I need an email to be send to specified e-mail when an item is change by any user.
I ticked "Automatically start this workflow whenever an item is changed".
When I make any changes in the field by admin account workflow automatically starts, no problems with it.
But when I make any changes in the field by any other user account workflow doesn't start automatically. I still can start it manually but I need it to start automatically.
Please, before you say "its not possible" read my post. Myself, i couldnt believe it, until i saw the behaviour with my own eyes.
Environment: SSAS 2005, tested with a MDX Query executed in the SQL Server Management Studio.
We deliver a CUBE (SSAS 2005) that we have build for our Billing System (SQL 2005). Nothing tricky on the cube definition. The cube is installed on several customer systems, runs without a problem. On our in-house test server it runs with no problem. I can
execute the same MDX Query connected as a User who is a Member of the Domain Admins and with a User who is a "simple" Domain User. The same query performance, the same Resultset, experienced in-house and by many of our customer.
But on the system of one of our customer i have a really strange behaviour. If i connect on the SQL Management Studio with a User that is in the Domain Admin Role (let's call it user "A") the same MDX Query that we use in-house runs without a problem. But
on the customer system i cant execute the MDX Query with a User that is not a Member of the Domain Admin Role (let's call this user "B").
The simple Domain User "B" starts the SQL Management Studio and connects to the Analysis Services Instance. No error. In the SQL Management Studio, on the left pane it has the same metadata, dimensions and members
After reading this helpful thread on the same subject, I still haven't quite got it.
I want these rules:
Allow Admin to everything
Deny all none authenticated users from everything
Allow User to everything exept one page 'UserAdmin.aspx'
Here is my attempt at the last item
The problem is the account with the user role is either getting all access or no access.
I am using a login control for user to login, I have a User table in sql server for user details.
I want to have a admin login for which i dont have a separate table. I want to use the same login control, and when admin login page is
different than user login. Please guide on how to to this.