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erich_shiino
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Hi,

The three levels have been removed but I checked the reference and I read that it is possible to limit the rights of corporate users. How can I do it?

I copied this topic from the reference manual:

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A consequence of the introduction of QlikView Personal Edition is that the
difference between Developer, Professional and stand-alone Analyzer is no
longer relevant and the three levels have been removed. Everyone has the
right to run a QlikView with developer capability.
However, the functionality of corporate users can still be limited through
deployment options stored in the registry.

Thanks,

Erich Shiino

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If you wish to limit the client application functions you create 3 new string registry values in:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\QlikTech\QlikView\Settings 7

as follows:

"DisableRegistryInterface"="0"

"DisableLayoutChanges"="0"

"DisableScripting"="0"

set to 1 or 0 to enable or disable

These can be pushed to the local machine remotely via GPO or locally via regedit and activate in realtime, even with the program open (practical jokes between developers ahoy)

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I would like to know this either...

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Collapse of Collapse of Developer, Professional and Analyzer

If you wish to limit the client application functions you create 3 new string registry values in:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\QlikTech\QlikView\Settings 7

as follows:

"DisableRegistryInterface"="0"

"DisableLayoutChanges"="0"

"DisableScripting"="0"

set to 1 or 0 to enable or disable

These can be pushed to the local machine remotely via GPO or locally via regedit and activate in realtime, even with the program open (practical jokes between developers ahoy)

marcel_olmo
Contributor III

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Hi SQL - Cowboy,

I'm assuming you have to do this with macro stuff. I'm trying to change my document registry settings to disable some buttons like "edit script" or "edit macro".

I'm trying to make "disable edit script" with a function like this :

sub reg
Set WshShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
WshShell.RegWrite "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\QlikTech\QlikView\Settings 7\DisableScripting","1"
end sub

but I can't make it work!!! (I've tried some variations, but it still don't working, because it still shows "edit script" button as enabled).

If you can help me, I'll appreciate a lot.