Re: Encrypt email or make request type field on visible for created by? (175 Views)
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bzdafro
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Encrypt email or make request type field on visible for created by?

I have a request that needs to give a user an elevated password for a time period; after which it will be changed.  I need to show the password to the user via email or in the request.   Is there anyway to control who can see fields on a request   OR send encrypted email from PPM.   Encrypted email might be possible via gpg tool or sendsmtp app outside of PPM.  We use Lotus Notes internally for email - but PPM emails are sent via SMTP.  Ideas ? 

 

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AlexSavencu
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Re: Encrypt email or make request type field on visible for created by?

Hi,

 

1. you can set field security for the specific field based on a token. That token should contain the user who should see the fields.

2. You can send the encrypted email using 3rd party tools by issuing OS commands in execution workflow steps.

 

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alex


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bzdafro
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Re: Encrypt email or make request type field on visible for created by?

Is it possible to set security on a field?   Im not sure I know how to do that.  

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Mohit_Agrawal
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Re: Encrypt email or make request type field on visible for created by?

Hi..

 

You can set the security for a field in the security tab of the field.

Go to workbech -> open the request type -> edit the field -> go to Security tab -> only add the Administrator and user_id_toekn... then only the user and admin can see/change the field.

 

Thanks!!

Mohit Agrawal

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