assuming you have
# full access to your application as developer
# access to the corresponding application on the server via IE-Plugin
you can copy Objects from the server version (in IE-Plugin!) to the Clipboard and then paste them to you development-version.
Also you can see in QMC (Documents => User Documents => Server => Server Objects) a list of all Server Objects in a specific document. Here you can delete or control access to them.
Hope this helps, regards,
Hi ... I wrote a macro-based QV App, that opens QlikView apps from on the QV server (qvp://...), copies the objects (which are phyically found in .Shared) as local objects into a new QVW.
This is not background ready, but needs to be run by an admin from local Client (QV.EXE). The macro causes some dialog boxes to pop up, one of such is the password of the deault user, under whose context the operation will start.
You also need the ServerObjectsConnector from the PowerTools found here http://community.qlik.com/docs/DOC-3059
It is a not completely mature Alpha release, but feel free to take the idea further ...
Tutorial video in German