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Is it possible to hide custom commands from certain security role groups? I would like to Hide some custom commands from helpdesk users that cannot use them but still be able to use other custom commands.

So far I figured out how to hide all or none but not some.


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Yes, it is possible. You just need to deny the permissions to execute the Custom Commands in question for help desk users. For details, have a look at the following tutorial: https://www.adaxes.com/tutorials_Delega ... mmands.htm.


Thanks! Good thing the answer wasn't some man-eating animal because I would have been lunch! :lol:

I think I knew that but was just in a different state of mind, was thinking of a way to deny permissions to a folder I made in custom commands.

Thanks for the help!

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