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Access Rules question

Thread began 6/23/2011 3:22 am by jen425288 | Last modified 6/26/2011 2:23 pm by jen425288 | 1024 views | 6 replies

jen425288

Access Rules question

Here I am with my very complex access rules again - 55 different rules at last count. I have about 170 staff, and most of them are either in an executive group and have site-wide access, or they just have access to one committee page. So, for instance
A (and a few others) has access to committee page A
B has access to committee page B
C has access to committee page C
D has access to committee page D etc etc

So I have set up a group called Committee A and I have included admin, exec and A. And I have created a page access rule for page A for Committee A. That bit is simple.

But if someone is on more than one committee, say E has access to pages B, C and D, I'd like to set up their very own access rule. But my head's starting to spin. What's the simplest way to achieve this?

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