I don’t have a specific example, but you can hide the Logout option with an
cp [RT path]/share/html/Elements/Tabs [RT path]/local/html/Elements
Now open the copy you just made, find the Logout option, and wrap it in a
conditional, or add to the conditions already present. You can check the
group membership of the current user, for instance. Once done, don’t forget
to clear your Mason cache and restart RT:
find [RT path]/var/mason_data/obj -mindepth 1 -delete
/etc/init.d/[RT script name] restart
If you need more detailed instructions, let the list know.On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 12:57 PM, Matthew Coons email@example.com wrote:
Hello RT users,
I wanted to know if anybody had a working example or was already hiding RT
menu options from logged in users?
The first item I want to hide is the “Logout” button for all users. We’re
using SSO so it’s not required to be present.
The second item I would like to hide (for a specific user group) is the
RTIR menu option.
Any help or suggestions would be much appreciated,
Automatic Distributors, IT department