I want to restrict certain users from using right click menu to change report type, apply filter and change measure on chart.
Is this possible?
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Hi. I created a web application using "Forms Authentication".
There is a folder name "uploads", and it creates subfolders as username when they register. Web application stores users' files and images under their folder ("uploads/username")
I tried to find a way to restrict users to download and upload files to their folder only and couldn't find a good one.
Then I came up with this idea that stores "web.config" file each time user registers and the web.config should look like below. Username will be changed dynamically according to username.
This method actually works but I am little worried if this is a good practice as far as performance wise. Because it'll create web.config files as many as users and there might be other holes that I don't recognize.
I appreciate any advice or better suggestion for this problem.
--------web.config in "/Root/uploads/username directory"--------------
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I have a custom list in which I have Employee Name and Address column. Employees add their details in the list.
Only those items added by each employee should be viewed to them. Employees should be able to see only those records, which they have saved.
How to achieve this?
I am running MOSS with several hundred users. Most users are able to see and use the Office Communicator integration for SharePoint without issue. A few of the end-users see the precense orb, but do not see the context menu that comes up when
hovering the mouse over the orb. All users are using Internet Explorer 8 and all sites have been added to the trusted sites.
Question: Why aren't all users seeing the context menu for the Office Communicator orb? What are the steps to resolve the issue?
WeÃÂ have created a MS InfoPath form with it's corrsponding SharePoint Document Form Library, but would like toÃÂ restrict the access to the SharePoint Document Form Library. After the user completes and submits the forms then he/she should not be able to go into the SharePoint Document Form Library and view the form. In order to allow users to fill out and submit an InfoPath form, Contributor level access is required to be granted. But Contributor level access allows them to view not only the form he/she has created but everyone else's which is not acceptable in this particluar situation. The solution we've come up with is to grant Contributor access to the SharePoint Document Form Library when the Submit button is pressed using stsadm grant the user Contibutor role. Then remove the access once the submission is completed.
We would be interested to know if there is a better process to accomplish this task. And, of equal importance, the coding that is required to execute this task.
Hi, first timer here so be gentle.
I've been able to create a cool little website, it's up and running with users logging in and out, I created roles so my administrative team can see sensitive data that's not available to regular and anonymous users.
Now they would like me to create a page specific to each user. For instance when user A logs in they are redirected to a page that has information that pertains to user A only (like a list of their benefits/ their remaining vacation time). This page needs to be accessible only to user A.
I've watched a ton of the videos but have yet to see one that covers this topic, any help would be great!!!
I want to make Rolebase menu in MVC such that if user doesnot have permission for some action then that Action name shouldnot be shown in the Menu.
I have used the code in the url(http://forums.asp.net/t/1566328.aspx) in my MVC application.My application is a Discussion Forum(in MVC) same functionality as in this forum forums.asp.net
I have used Controllers for post, thread etc.In each controller there are some actions that are using [Authorize(Roles)] attribute
but this coding does not count those Actions in Controllers having Authorize attribute according to the url http://forums.asp.net/t/1566328.aspx
In the code, Authorize attribute is applied to Controller class, but my requirement is of Applying Authorize attribute to some actions in controller so that some are available for all users and some links are available rolewise.Now what is the solution for that?
Hello all, first ever post here :)
Hope you guys can help me out, this drives me crazy...
So I got 2 updatepanels on my page. In one there is a Timer which updates for example a label. In the other one there is a dropdownextender. Everytime the timer ticks while the dropdown menu is displayed the menu disapears. I attached the sample code below....any insights on this? And yes, the dropdown and the label need to be in two seperate updatepanels....
<form id="form1" runat="server"> <asp:ToolkitScriptManager ID="ScriptManager1" runat="server" /> <asp:UpdatePanel ID="UpdatePanel1" runat="server" UpdateMode="Conditional"> <ContentTemplate> <asp:Timer ID="Timer1" runat="server" OnTick="Timer1_Tick" Interval="4000" /> <asp:Label ID="Label1" runat="server" Text="Label"></asp:Label> </ContentTemplate> </asp:UpdatePanel> <asp:UpdatePanel ID="UpdatePanel2" runat="server"> <ContentTemplate> <asp:DropDo
We've setup an intranet site using Windows Integrated Security. Its up and running and users can access it. However, they are being challenged with a login dialog for the server when they initially access the site.
Isn't is possible to configure the server so that the users aren't challenged AND are recognized as being already authenticated by Windows? We're trying to go with a seamless experience, whereby all they have to do is login to their machine like normal and then go from there.
We've been trying to fix this one for a couple years, and I'm just out of ideas, so any help is really appreciated!
We've got a fairly large, complex web application that uses Forms Authentication to authenticate users. Throughout the application we store and retrieve information about users in the Session object, and in some cases in cookies. In a couple places we check for the existence of the context, and if it's null we send the user back to the login page to re-establish the session.
Just a quick run-down of this web app: C#, .NET 3.5, IIS 6, ASP.NET State Service to manage session
As for the session timer, we use our own home-grown timer, which is basically a client-side timer, which is backed up by a check to the SQL database to see when their last activity was. This seems to work well for us. It's not perfect, but it allows us to notify the user before the session times out, and allows us to be certain we're not logging a user out before their 60 minutes of inactivity is up.
What's happening is that certain users are being logged out after just a few minutes. We've eliminated the timer as a cause and believe what's happening is the HttpContext.Current is null, so the user is logged out. We do not know why the HttpContext.Current is null, and I underst