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adblock

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HI,

is it possible to disable "create new Space" for Normal-Users.

They should only see the shared Spaces.

I hope, i worked my point out.

Thanks
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tonci

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adblock wrote on Wed, 12 September 2012 16:56
HI,

is it possible to disable "create new Space" for Normal-Users.

They should only see the shared Spaces.

I hope, i worked my point out.

Thanks
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Yes , this is very important!
This way we could somehow protect the storage from growing that cannot be controlled.
We have cca 100 extrenal users from other companies that need controlled access and they got it but there is no need for them to be able to create spaces ...

Please solve this a.s.a.p. because our external users ask us how it is possible that they could cretae spaces and consume our storage !!! KWS, for them, seems to be unserious application!

thank you in advance and best regards

Tonci Stipicevic
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rvgulik

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Agree, see feature list in beta forum
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