[rt-users] Setting up a restricted queue

Kenneth Crocker KFCrocker at lbl.gov
Fri Jul 14 15:09:39 EDT 2006


	As far as i know, you hit it already. We have 50 Queues. Because we 
want so many of them to be run independently, we have very few Global 
rights and grant most of the privileges at the Queue level. Initially, 
we had a lot of overlap and redundancy so it took alot of work to do it 
this way but now that it's done, it was worth bitting the bullet.


Mike Friedman wrote:
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> I think I know the answer to this, but I want to make sure.
> I'm going to have to set up a new queue that will be restricted to a 
> small set of privileged users.  But I currently have most rights 
> assigned globally, to a small set of groups, including 'Everyone' and 
> 'Privileged.
> Since there doesn't appear to be a way to *subtract* global rights from 
> specific queues, does this mean I have no choice but to replicate all 
> the global rights that I don't want to apply to the new restricted queue 
> into each of the other queues (and then delete the global rights)?
> It would be nice not to have to do this, as we have several queues so it 
> can be a tedious process.  I'm wondering if there is a technique I can 
> use to avoid this, though I suspect the answer is not what I want to hear.
> Thanks.
> Mike
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