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rodrigue_saade
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Controlling Session CAL Assignment

Dears,

is there any way to prevent or control the automatic assignment of Session CALs for the logged users?

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Re: Controlling Session CAL Assignment

Session calls are used by people that don't have a User CAL or Doc CAL assigned to them. You can't assign a session CAL.

See this discussion: http://community.qlik.com/message/640562#640562


talk is cheap, supply exceeds demand
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Re: Controlling Session CAL Assignment

Session calls are used by people that don't have a User CAL or Doc CAL assigned to them. You can't assign a session CAL.

See this discussion: http://community.qlik.com/message/640562#640562


talk is cheap, supply exceeds demand
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Re: Controlling Session CAL Assignment

Hi Rodrigue,

In QMC,

System --> Licenses --> QVS --> Limitations

You can limit the number of Cals for each type

Hence limit Session Cals to 0

rodrigue_saade
Contributor

Re: Controlling Session CAL Assignment

Thank you Gysbert for your answer.

But look what is my concern:

I have a server with 10 Named CAL, 5 Doc CAL and 5 session CAL.

I restricted the Dynamic Assignment of Named and Doc CAL, so when an unlicensed user logs into the Access Point, he is automatically assigned a Session CAL. That is what i want to prevent. I don't want that he gets automatically the Session CAL. How can i do it?

awhitfield
Esteemed Contributor

Re: Controlling Session CAL Assignment

That's how it's supposed to work, if you want to deny access to a dashboard, then apply NT security to the actual files e.g. deny,then they want even see the files in the access point OR use section access to stop them from opening it!

Andy

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