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    Clickview Access Manager

    Would anyone who has got Clickview Library Access Manager to link to Active Directory be willing to share their connection settings with me?

    For some reason mine really doesn`t want to connect to AD, it may be that its being hammered with file uploads etc at the moment.

    Will have a good look at it over the weekend, but of course Clickview tech support will not be around till monday.

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    It turned out that I needed LDAP host LDAP://qegs-1.queenelizabeths.derbyshire.sch.uk:389/DC=queenelizabeths,DC=derbyshire,DC=sch,DC=uk

    and user cn=<username>, cn=Users, dc=queenelizabeths, dc=derbyshire, dc=sch, dc=uk

    Just in case it helps anyone else.

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    I would also like to publicly thank Clickview support for contacting me having read my first post to ensure I had solved the issue. Now that's support.

    Thanks Joe.

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    Hi RobK,

    How are you getting along with the settings for CVM? I would be interested in how you are managing the new CV groups with your existing groups?

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    What I did was created a new top level folder for Staff only resources, and gave read access to staff, leaving everyone access to the main clickview library.

    As I understand it access rights always inherit, so you can`t for example have a staff only sub folder under the main tree, but you can create as many top level folders as you want.

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