Sorry not for being clear.
My setup is like:
In this folder i have a document called DataLoad - This document distribute to my Reports folder which is a Document folder. It distribute by a unique ID in Dataload
In Reports i get all my Reports called Report_UniqueID.
So user A has been assigned to Report_A and user B assigned to Report_B
But now i want another report in Reports(Mounted) which is not a part of the DataLoad distribution.
(They access the document via a webticket and then its directed to an iframe, so they never get to see the accesspoint, they are just redirected directly to the report.)
But when adding a custom report to Reports(Mounted) i have to give the user permission on file/folder level on the server before when user is able to see the report - otherwise i get the error messeage (Failed to open document. access denied)
Hope its more clear now..
This is correct behavior. When distributing a source document you set the permissions on the file on a NTFS level. If you don't set it within the task, such as when you just have a file on disk, as it is, there is no service, no user or anything else that have changed the permissions. This is why you need to manually add permissions because QDS haven't touched any of those settings.
Let me know if this helps.
If you have an Enterprise Edition-QVS, and you switch security to DMS, then you get a nice workaround. QlikView will take over access/rights management from NTFS and will add an Authorization tab to your User Documents overview in QMC. With the tools in this tab, you can grant access directly to a User document by flipping a few switches. That document doesn't have to be distributed or reloaded. And you don't need a Publisher.
Is a lot nicer than messing with NTFS security settings...