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Disable Special Actions for a specific team.

Just like I can disable a specific teams ability to see Canned Scripts, I would like to be able to disable the ability of a group to see Special Actions.  In my case, I have one script that is created for a special team, but I don't need them to be able to see all any of the built in or created Special Actions.

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  • Aug 14 2017
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  • Guest commented
    5 Mar, 2019 02:49pm

    also, be able to disable or enable Special Actions via Session-Policys

  • Guest commented
    22 May, 2018 02:32pm

    I agree, this would be a great feature. What sense does it make to be able to disable the Registry Access Tab in a Session Policy, but that user can still open the Registry Editor by using a Special Action!!!

  • Guest commented
    2 Mar, 2018 08:40pm

    I have to say this would be a game changer for us. Currently we allow a specific group access but we do not want them running these types of tools. 

  • Admin
    Donald Hasson commented
    27 Sep, 2017 04:31am

    From a customer:

    -What is the problem you are trying to address with this feature? Have granular control of the Special Actions and assign different group policies the different special actions we want. Having to give all or nothing is not good for us.
    -How regularly do you encounter the need for this feature? Always
    -What alternatives have you used instead of this feature and in what way are they inadequate? There are none. Right now we need to give all or nothing to users.
    -How seriously does this problem affect your business? Very

  • Guest commented
    17 Aug, 2017 05:24pm

    also, be able to select which special actions are available via a checklist.