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  1. Hey Guys, Im running v8.7 build 8792 and am looking to setup a user so that they can only do audit tasks (they work for the audit team). Ive created/added the user and have given them only Auditing and Auditing Graphs rights in Security Admin. When they go into Auditing though they can only see the discovery jobs that were done, they get no password audit data ? Only 11 records are shown. Screenshot attached of the only things they can see. Can you tell me what permissions they need or how i go about setting this up ? THanks Alan
  2. I've found a tiny thing that bugs me a bit. On my installation I have set the "Activity grid" (recent activity listed under the password list) so only be visible for admins. When we get a new colleague, I always guide them to disable the charts on the right to free op estate on the screen. So the issue happens after a user unticks "Visible" in the Screen Settings. When they click save, the Activity grid becomes visible for that password list untill the next screen refresh. And this is even reproduceable by seleting "Visible" again and click save. Each time you click save after changing the visibility of the charts, the Activity grid is exposed for the current passwordlist. This is not a huge issue here. But this could potentially expose data that you don't want users to see. And worst of all, there's a high chance or me getting the "what's this" question.
  3. Mcsirl

    Auditing User Account

    Hey Everyone, Hopefully someone can help me with this. Im looking to create a new local user in Passwordstate (v7.6 build 7676) that only has access to Auditing in the Reports Menu, but can see all records. I have created a test user that has this specific access but the only records the user can see in the reports is concerning themselves. Is there a way of setting this up ? Thanks Alan