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Restrict User to swiping of Reports or Folders from another place to another

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Hi Team,
 
Is there any way to restrict the user from swiping (Drag and Drop) the reports or folders from one place to another in BI page.  May be using security or policies.
This may be happening unintentionally without the knowledge of the user sometimes.
 
Eg: a report or analysis has placed in the below 
path: /Shared Folders/Custom/Human Capital Management/QC Interfaces/HR/China - ADP Streamline Report
User will drag the report and drops into another path. 
/Shared Folders/Custom/Human Capital Management/QC Reports/HR/China - ADP Streamline Report
 
Existing SR# 3-25006063109
 
Regards,
Murali

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Hi Team,
 
Is there any way to restrict the user from swiping (Drag and Drop) the reports or folders from one place to another in BI page.  May be using security or policies.
This may be happening unintentionally without the knowledge of the user sometimes.
 
Eg: a report or analysis has placed in the below 
path: /Shared Folders/Custom/Human Capital Management/QC Interfaces/HR/China - ADP Streamline Report
User will drag the report and drops into another path. 
/Shared Folders/Custom/Human Capital Management/QC Reports/HR/China - ADP Streamline Report
 
Existing SR# 3-25006063109
 
Regards,
Murali

More details

Hi Team,
 
Is there any way to restrict the user from swiping (Drag and Drop) the reports or folders from one place to another in BI page.  May be using security or policies.
This may be happening unintentionally without the knowledge of the user sometimes.
 
Eg: a report or analysis has placed in the below 
path: /Shared Folders/Custom/Human Capital Management/QC Interfaces/HR/China - ADP Streamline Report
User will drag the report and drops into another path. 
/Shared Folders/Custom/Human Capital Management/QC Reports/HR/China - ADP Streamline Report
 
Existing SR# 3-25006063109
 
Regards,
Murali

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  • This is critical issue and causes lot of disruptions with our multiple clients.

    Do not use OOTB roles to manage folders. You will need to create your custom roles and use them for folder permission. These custom roles can be used for folder permissions to restrict users.