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How to impose controls on delivery approval flags

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10-06-2021

Hello Team,

We have a requirement to restrict modifications to the Delivery Approval Flags within the Delivery Properties -> Approvals tab.

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We will be creating a delivery template with few of the Approval Flags (let's say content and Target) checked by default. When a user (assume an analyst with lesser privileges) tries to create a delivery from this template, he still have rights to uncheck these approvals while configuring, which we want to restrict them from doing so.

 

I understand we need to handle at form - container level. But wanted to check how effectively it can be done and implications of doing this. Any ideas or suggestions?

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Sri Bhargav 

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11-06-2021

Hi,

 

The form is just ui for the console, an enterprising user can sidestep safeguards there in under a minute with tools like Fiddler.

Still, for virtually every scenario it should be enough. If the client wants true security you can adopt a multilayered approach:

  • Create a delivery template with desired settings
  • Apply visibleif conditions for unprivileged user groups in delivery form ui to keep them from meddling with settings
  • Check settings in control typology rule or with clever filtering typology (1=1 if delivery doesn't have the settings right)
  • Lock deliveries to typology with the rule using folder permissions

 

Thanks,

-Jon