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option to allow users with modify rights to delete folders/password lists


Brett C
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Feature request:

Option option to allow users with modify rights to delete folders/password lists

 

Reason:

We are locking down folder permissions so standard users only have modify rights to folders/password lists. This is to prevent users from modifying permissions (and sharing pwds with non-authorised users).

 

Users can create new folders/lists with modify rights, but are not able to delete those folders/lists. This is preventing them from being able to manage their own folder/lists as we have to step in to deal with accidental or incorrect folder/list creation.

 

possibly should be an option at the template level, as i can imagine other instances where you may want the ability to turn this off/on on a per folder tree basis

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This request seems akin to a "CREATOR OWNER" equivalent setting, where the user creating the list can control it - which can already be achieved with the following administrative setting "When a new Shared Password List is created, apply the following permission to the user who created the list:"

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right, but thats still limited to the original owner only. Noone else has access.

 

Not really a workable option if you are talking about a department-level shared folder with a large number of users. It would limit their self-service of their folder/lists, since they'd have to track down the original creator for a change (which would likely end up in a request to IT).

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Hi Brett C,

 

Today we released Build 8706 of Passwordstate, which includes this new system setting to allow users to delete Password Lists if they only have Modify rights.  Thanks for your suggestion, we appreciate it.

 

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Regards,

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