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taupinjc
New Contributor III

NP17 Recipents vs NP16 ?

Hello

In NP16 when you create a Recipient we can tick a box : enabled activate  filter

IN NP17 this function disappears,

In NP17 when you create a Recipient we need to put a password, it's possible don't have it

Thanks

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Employee
Employee

Re: NP17 Recipents vs NP16 ?

Hi,

The Enable Filter check inside the user profile is not yet available in Qlik NPrinting 17. I sent this request to the dev team but I don't know when the gap will be filled.

In Qlik NPrinting 17 you can enable or disable filters, so you can use this check for filters that are related to a single user.

In Qlik NPrinting 17 the password for every user is mandatory.

Best Regards,

Ruggero

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Best Regards,
Ruggero
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Lech_Miszkiewicz
Honored Contributor III

Re: NP17 Recipents vs NP16 ?

just to add to Ruggero's comment regarding password....

Password is compulsory -  however it if you use DOMAIN Account and Windows Authentication this password is not considered so it can be just generic/dummy one for all users.

regards

Lech

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taupinjc
New Contributor III

Re: NP17 Recipents vs NP16 ?

Thanks  Ruggero and Lech

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