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How can I grant read only rights for Configuration items in the Adaxes Admin Console?

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Hello Mark,

You can use a security role like the following: image.png However, it will only allow to see reports under containers. If the user selects a report, they will get an error message. For details on how to grant permissions to view reports, see https://www.adaxes.com/help/GrantRightsToViewReports.

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Thanks! I tried several other read permissions for specific object types with no luck. This worked!

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