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gbegnell
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Searching all access control levels

I am trying to search all access control levels and wanting to build a string that does not involve doing each level of access controls separately (e.g.  acl:"View Document",[type:Person] or  acl:"View Metadata",[type:Person] or  acl:"Update Document",[type:Person] or  acl:"Update Record Metadata",[type:Person] or  acl:"Modify Record Access",[type:Person] or  acl:"Destroy Record",[type:Person] or  acl:"Contribute Contents",[type:Person])

Is there any way of combining all of these (e.g.  or  acl:"ALL",[type:Person])

thank you

Gay

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Sten28 Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Searching all access control levels

I wasn't able to find a string that worked.

You could consider saving your Access Control search as a Saved Search e.g. "All ACLs - Person Locations".

Then, you'll only need to run the 1 Saved Search going forward, which could also be combined with other search clauses, e.g. dates, other locations etc.

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gbegnell
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Re: Searching all access control levels

Thanks, I have already got the full search saved, however I am looking for a shorter option to use for other variations on the "Person" search.
We have users that set access controls at differing levels and being able to search all levels in one string with a different parameter would be handy
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