Our developer was able to do this locally on their instance of AEMaaCS
but confirmed it did not work for them in our actual Stage environment
so perhaps that is a limitation of AEMaaCS? Here are my groups in Stage,
just the defaults plus the out of the box "administrators" group:
Working in AEMaaCS and have a need to hide items from below the Tools
menu. Essentially we only want General and Assets to be visible to our
users. What are the paths we need to set to deny jcr:read for these
items? I have found an answer for hiding "Sites" on the on-prem version
of AEM 6.5 but am not sure if the paths are the same in the CS version.
This is what was listed for Sites: To hide Sites set deny jcr:read on
these two paths: /libs/wcm/core/content/sites
I have tried to do this and am not able to do so. I am logged in with my
account that is a member of the out of the box Administrators group, and
attempted to add the deny read via an ACE and received the following
error: Any idea why the Administrator would receive this error message?
I can successfully add other permissions via ACE, in the /content and
/conf paths, but it seems to give me this error for any path under
/libs. Thanks! Edited to add: I am working in the AEM as a Cloud Service
Thanks for the response! I am logged into the product environment as
myself, a member of administrators group. Here's what I have in Admin
Console: And in the AEMaaCS environment I'm in the OOTB administrators
group: When I tried to add the /libs/cq/core/content/nav/sites path, it
doesn't show in the dropdown menu or when browsing: I then tried setting
a deny for another path that I was told would hide the "Insights" tab in
Asset Properties. That path showed in the dropdown menu, but it gives me...
Working in AEMaaCS and need to hide the Projects, Sites and Experience
Fragments options on the AEM Start page (aem/start.html) shown below: In
the non-cloud AEM experience you can hide these types of things easily
through ACLs by creating a deny for the paths
/libs/wcm/core/content/sites and /libs/cq/core/content/nav/sites to hide
Sites, for example. Can this also be done on the Cloud through ACLs or
does it require code changes? I get an error as an Administrator when
trying to set an ACL on t...
I have set the following permissions in a user group where I want them
to be able to have all access to the DAM except for the training
documentation folder where they should only have read. I thought this
would be simple but it doesn't seem to be working as the user in this
group can edit an asset in the /content/dam/aem-training-documentation
folder. What am I missing? Thanks!
I am new to user admin and am creating groups and impersonating users to
test the permissions. Is there a way to see a list of who I can
impersonate? I'm thinking of future instances where a user might want to
know who has granted them permission to impersonate. They can only see
who they have granted permission to but not the other way around.