List of application privileges
Application privileges control whether a user has access to certain application functionality, such as using the toolbar or context menu while working with dashboards and other views.
Dundas BI administrators can allow or deny application privileges when creating or editing a user account or group. In most cases, when a privilege is denied, it means the user can no longer see or access the corresponding user interface element (such as the toolbar, button, menu, or menu item). In addition, a denied privilege also means the user cannot exit or escape out of the related user interface mode. For example, if the Full Screen privilege is denied for a user, and that user receives a link to a full screen dashboard, then the user will not be able to exit full screen mode while viewing the dashboard.
Note that administrators have all privileges and cannot be denied any specific privilege.
2. List of privileges
|Allow Default View Override||Allows the user to override the default view indicated by the administrator.|
|Change Data||Show the Drill Down, Drill Up, and Change Levels option in right-click menus while viewing a dashboard.|
|Context Menu||Show the right-click menu (application-wide).|
|Contextual Measures||Allows the user to define contextual measures as well as enter data for these measures.|
|Correct Measure Values||Provides non-administrators with the ability to enter non-private measure value corrections.|
|Create Tokens||Provides non-administrators the ability to create account-specific parameter tokens.|
|Data Analysis Panel||Show the Data Analysis Panel button in the toolbar and right-click menu for a selected data visualization.|
|Data Input||Allows the user to define warehouse tables and enter data for these structures.|
|Data Preview||Show the Data Preview dockable window (which includes performance statistics).|
|Edit||Show the Edit button in the toolbar and right-click menus (including the Explore window).|
|Edit Copy for Analysis||Show the Edit Copy for Analysis button in the toolbar and right-click menus.|
|Show the Full Screen button in the toolbar.|
|Modify Data||Show the Modify Data (PoP, states, formulas) button in the toolbar and right-click menu for a selected data visualization.|
|Note||Show the Note button in the toolbar and Note, Add Note options in right-click menus.|
|Notification||Show the Notification button in the toolbar and the Notifications option in the Profile screen.|
|Re-Visualize||Show the Re-Visualize button in the toolbar and right-click menu for a selected data visualization.|
|Setup Interactions||Show the Set Up Interactions button in the toolbar and right-click menu for a selected data visualization.|
|Share||Show the Share button in the toolbar.|
|Sorting and Filtering||Show the Sort and Filter options in right-click menus (including table headers) while viewing a dashboard.|
|Store View Personalization||Allow the saving of personalized settings such as the state of filters while viewing dashboards. This applies to non-admin accounts only because personalization is never stored for administrators.|
|Toolbar||Show the toolbar for designing and viewing dashboards. Does not apply to toolbar in metric set designer.|
|Unsafe Transform Access||Allow the user to create data cubes using manual SQL or MDX, which may be unsafe.|
3.1. Grant the Share privilege to all users
The example shown is using the Everyone group, but the same concept applies to any other group.
On the Group Details screen, set the Share privilege to Allow.
Accounts or groups that are members of this group have the Share privilege allowed, and this is non-editable as it is inherited from the group.
In the same manner, set the account or group Share privilege to Deny to prevent them from seeing the related option.