06-27-2008 11:18 AM
06-28-2008 06:13 AM
Two ways I can think of:
- Change his sync set to exclude all records you no longer want the user to access (which can be all records except his own and the other users).
- Convert all the records in the central database you wish to exlude him from to "Limited Access", and then remove the user from the Access List. Again, you cannot forbid a user's access to the "user" list, but all other records can certainly be restricted.
Hope this helps.
06-28-2008 10:54 AM
I haven't tried this, but I wonder if marking the user as Inactive would prevent them logging in after their next sync?
Either way, it would be cood to requesth the ability to "kill" a remote database.
You might post a request for this feature to be considered for a future version here - http://www.act.com/community/feature
Input from this web page goes directly into a database that management has direct access to read, and which they also track and gather statistics on.
07-01-2008 09:25 AM
i have successfully edited the sync set, and recreated the remote database with a different name, once it is opened on the user's computer I have successfully deleted the old remote database.
this has worked for me in a few cases.