I want to set a global 'default' restriction on Team Calendars so that clients (who sit in a user group called "clients") cannot see (or edit) any calendars unless they are explicitly granted viewing (or editing) permissions.
Example: All calendars have restrict viewing from 'clients' user group. // I then select a specific calendar, grant 'view' access to a specific user by user name.
Please help! :o
This is not only an embarrassing oversight in the design of the plugin, it is an extreme security risk for all companies using Confluence and Team Calendars professionally. Pay for something that was free before and get a security risk for your money.
Are there any known workarounds for this? :-(
FWIW, we decided to patch the plugin in the sense that we restrict creation of new calendars to a small group of users, making sure in this way that all calendars are actually created with a minimum of relevant restrictions to avoid the risk of exposing internal information involuntarily. All other users receive an error message when trying to create a calendar along with information on who to turn to.
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