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Project level security
Author Ben Noblet Posting date 3/6/2003 5:09:20 PM
Hi,
I would like to be able to define access to add/view/respond to certain projects to certain users only. I found this quote about the initial release of IM Enhanced over a year ago which promised a "pro" version with this functionality soon. Any ideas if/when this will be released?

Thanks
Ben
(quote follows)

(ATTN: Projects will not be user specific. All users can submit and respond to issues in any project.
Full user- and role- specific project functionality will be implemented in an also upcoming version - IM Professional)
 

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Re: Project level security 
Author Nelia  Posting date 6/22/2011 10:37:44 PM 
And I thought I was the sensible one. Thanks for setting me strgaiht. 
Re: Project level security 
Author Cactus  Posting date 10/22/2011 3:39:00 AM 
Short, sweet, to the point, FREE-exalcty as information should be! 
Re: Project level security 
Author Kindsey  Posting date 10/22/2011 7:35:17 AM 
You have shed a ray of ssuhnine into the forum. Thanks! 
Re: Project level security 
Author Madge  Posting date 11/12/2011 9:02:22 AM 
One or two to reemmber, that is. 
Re: Project level security 
Author Bucky  Posting date 12/1/2011 12:25:02 AM 
I don't know who you wrote this for but you helped a brhteor out. 
Re: Project level security 
Author Jaylynn  Posting date 12/1/2011 12:27:11 AM 
I'm impreessd by your writing. Are you a professional or just very knowledgeable? 
Re: Project level security 
Author Lilly  Posting date 1/9/2012 2:12:57 AM 
A minute saved is a minute enared, and this saved hours! 
Re: Project level security 
Author Chianna  Posting date 1/26/2012 10:15:43 PM 
Now I feel stupid. That's clreaed it up for me 
Re: Project level security 
Author Hannah  Posting date 2/15/2012 7:58:45 AM 
Smart tnhkinig - a clever way of looking at it. 
Re: Project level security 
Author Vanussa  Posting date 6/6/2012 3:34:00 AM 
I like the photo blog too, plus I am too lazy to go to Flickr so I hope you keep posting relrlaugy here, even if not every day.Like the photo though, focus on the wall instead of the church tower is subtley interesting to the eye. 
Re: Project level security 
Author Fathima  Posting date 8/13/2012 3:31:16 PM 
Go into safe mode with networking. Right click your aniirtvus icon and choose run as administrator . You should be able to access your virus scanner this way. Do a full scan. It should detect and remove it. After this, it's a good idea to run a spyware/malware detector like spybot search and destroy or IObit Security. I also used ccleaner to do a registry cleanup .My aniirtvus (AVG 9 full) caught everything but I did the rest just to be safe. 4 days now, and no problems since. 
Re: Project level security 
Author Luciano  Posting date 1/6/2013 6:27:17 AM 
I\'m probably going to end up bnuiyg this alarm package but you really need to do some research on sound decibel ratings. To anyone that knows anything about sound, they will laugh at a 160 db siren rating. I engineer 80,000 watt concert systems that peak at 143-145db. 150db is a jet engine at take off. AT the engine, not a 1000 feet away. When you say almost 300db ..you need to do more research. Every time you double the speakers you gain 3db of output. You don\'t add the ratings together. 
Re: Project level security 
Author Jennifer  Posting date 2/20/2013 12:11:52 PM 
My fiance8 and I saw you at bridge steret last night, and just wanted to say thanks for the amazing music man. You played Just The Two Of Us for us and it made our night very special. We thank you for that. We hope to be able to book you for our wedding once we get it planned out. Stay cool my friend. 
Re: Project level security 
Author Beatriz  Posting date 2/23/2013 1:44:37 AM 
I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your ghnrdmotaer. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. Take care and don't worry about your blog-we'll be here when you feel up to it again. 
Re: Project level security 
Author Cristian  Posting date 4/5/2013 6:36:24 PM 
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Author Pretty  Posting date 8/25/2013 5:42:51 AM 
Yeah, I could do that. But I don't feel like moving it twice. I'm gong to move it to a new prdvoier, either linode (thanks for the heads up, they look nice) or slicehost. I'm kinda digging the ha options and internal network at linode. If something blows up and I would need to expand quickly (not that it ever would, but just in case) there's a lot more scalability there than at most VPS prdvoiers. being able to use my own kernel with Xen is a big plus too in my book. 

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