Solved Control Access plugin
@Fernando-Gietz Amazing work. Even if this only hides the elements and isn’t truly secure - this will put guardrails around accounts and allow Administrators to give access to lower tier employees. You’ve done great work here using what you had to work with.
If we could integrate an optional MFA plugin (utilizing Google Authenticator) to protect the gates, this would be more safe. Because even if a lower tier employee has bad password habits & their credentials are compromised, MFA should prevent their FOG account from being compromised.
@Wayne-Workman It hides the work, meaning the data isn’t even available to ‘enact’ upon. The element purely doesn’t display, so you can’t do anything with it.
There could be ways around it of course, but that would always be the case.
Added the plugin to the plugins in the working branch.
This is great, thanks
How can I hide the plugin Pushbullet Management?
It is easy
AccessControl Plugin -> add new rule
Rule Type: MAIN_MENU
Rule Value: pushbullet
After do this, you need associate this rule to the role.
sorry for my late answer, I don’t see this message until now.
With the new version of FOG 1.4.0-RC-12 I don’t have problems when I add a new rule.
Well , I find a little bug XD in the plugin. I have fixed it and in the new version will be fixed.
BUG: When you try to install the plugin, the install process give an error and the installation doesn’t finish.
Status: Bug fixed
@Fernando-Gietz just got around to checking this, and yes all working with 1.4.0-RC-14
I would like to know about the “Searches: Limit the range of the search to the resources of one or more locations. The restricted user only can see the hosts, groups, images that are link or associated to his/her location/locations.”
How is it possible to do it? In the Location plugin, we can only put informations about Storage.