So User Access Rules for licensing and tokens are kept a bit separate than the rest of the rules engine I think. Your best best is to create the security rule on the stream you have created and use the same logic as the user access rule. For instance, if your User Access Rule is set for User in UserDirectory = "foo" then you would create a rule on the stream that is exactly the same.
Here is an example from the help. http://help.qlik.com/sense/en-US/online/#../Subsystems/ManagementConsole/Content/ServerUserGuide/SUG_ConfiguringSecurity_Environment_AccessControl_UserAttributes_Example1.htm%3FTocPath%3DAdministering%2520Qlik%2520Sense%7CManaging%2520a%2520Qlik%2520Sense%2520site%7CDesigning%2520access%2520control%7CSecurity%2520rules%2520examples%7C_____5
Hi there - thanks for that .
Unfortunately i have now completely lost the rule i had in fact created correctly !
I followed step 2 of the guide , changed the text in the resource filter , then got the message something like that shown.
Now the rule has disappeared somewhere....
Can you tell me how to get it back?