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Joanna Thompson Respected Contributor.
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CM 9.2.1.9629 - What you see when you look at Access Controls.

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Hi, we've just successfully implemented CM, and it's going great, but we've noticed something very odd. In our old TRIM (from 5 to 7), when you looked at the Access Controls, and you weren't specified in that access control, it would show as "Access Denied". We could tell immediately what the issue was if users came to us asking why they couldn't do whatever with a record. CM doesn't seem to be behaving the same way. All the access controls are showing, regardless of whether you're in the access control or not. Is this new behaviour? Is there something wrong with our install or settings?

Thanks.

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HeatherM1 Super Contributor.
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Re: CM 9.2.1.9629 - What you see when you look at Access Controls.

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CM9.2.1, Windows 7, Office 2013

I think this might be new behaviour.  (We also moved recently from TRIM 7.3.3).  The user can still get an idea of what the access control problem is by looking under Security and Audit > View Rights, though.

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Re: CM 9.2.1.9629 - What you see when you look at Access Controls.

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CM9.2.1, Windows 7, Office 2013

I think this might be new behaviour.  (We also moved recently from TRIM 7.3.3).  The user can still get an idea of what the access control problem is by looking under Security and Audit > View Rights, though.

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Joanna Thompson Respected Contributor.
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Thanks. We thought as much.

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Re: CM 9.2.1.9629 - What you see when you look at Access Controls.

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If it helps it at all you can see your record access via the right mouse clicking on the record > security and access > view rights

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