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pcunix

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As noted at http://feedback.kerio.com/forums/73201-kerio-workspace/sugge stions/1772319-specific-page-access it's currently very clumsy if you have a Space with a large number of pages and want to give a specific user access to only some of them.

It would be nice to have a better interface for that or at least the ability to mass revoke a user from all pages in a space and then you could add back the ones you do want to share.

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scottdube

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My thought is slightly different with probably the same result. I want to be able to go to a page no matter how deeply nested and set unique sharing options for that 1 page. Currently you have to do it backwards... You have to give access at the highest level and then go back and revoke permissions everywhere in the space you don't want the user to access...

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pcunix

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I agree it would be easier for the user to just add access to the page. If the system sees that is impossible because the higher level does not allow it, it could add Read access for the Space and remove access for those pages that don't have specific unique permissions.


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