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DCO - Is there a way to restrict users from deleting or modifying genomes in a certain folder?

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DCO - Is there a way to restrict users from deleting or modifying genomes in a certain folder?

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by John Lales on 2019-08-13


Use case: Global company. Each geography has their own genome folders. It would be helpful to make permissions so each group only see their genomes or doesn't have access to delete other groups' genomes. 

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Re: DCO - Is there a way to restrict users from deleting or modifying genomes in a certain folder?

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2019-08-14


Hi John,

Sorry, Genomes folder administration is not possible/supported, currently either user have "read" or "read & write" access to the Genomes. That can be configured in user Global Permissions settings:

This permission settings could be enabled for some admin/advanced users/group and disabled for "others". I think that could a suggestion I could think of.  

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