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    Changing data set

    Hi Guys

    Does anyone know how I can change the data set that CMIS defaults to for all users? Would I need to do it on the server or is it a setting on master config?

    Thanks a lot

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    Hi,

    The dataset is stored in the CDB file. The users should each have their own cdb file which will live in the clientfiles folder for each user.
    The only way you could force it is to save a cdb file and overwrite everyone elses with that one. It will change a few other things though too such as the last place a backup was taken to, etc.

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    Ah right, in that case its probably easier for the data set to be changed for each user than doing one change to cascade down. There goes my quick way of doing something

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    I'm sure they will have something that will make your life easier

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    Thanks but I just changed everyones access rights in the end so they can do it themselves. Should have really just done that in first place but thought there might have been a slightly quicker way

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