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Remove creating users S right to created object


Hi,

Is it possible to remove the S acl that the creating user gets to the
created object?
Where does this come from? I only see it if I use imanager to create
objects.


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Re: Remove creating users S right to created object


Never mind.
I could not do what I wanted anyway.

I wanted to restrikt the possibility for anyone to delete an object in a
specific container but I wanted to be able to move it to another, not
possible.


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Re: Remove creating users S right to created object

On Thu, 19 Feb 2015 14:34:01 +0000, joakim ganse wrote:

> Hi,
>
> Is it possible to remove the S acl that the creating user gets to the
> created object?
> Where does this come from? I only see it if I use imanager to create
> objects.


Yes, but it requires some schema hacking to modify the default ACL
template for the object class you're creating.


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