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Disable right click in SCOM 2007 web console for read only user

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Hi, were using Operations Manager 2007 SP1 on a Windows 2003 platform. Ive presented the Web Console to a user who is not part of our organization which we'd like to lock down to an extent. The user is configured as read only and can only see the views wed like him to see, which is fine.

The only problem I have with this user is that he's able to right click the state icon (of a server or view) in the main window and is offered the option to view the instance properties and to open alerts, performance and diagram views.

My question is, is there any way to configure SCOM or the user to not have the ability to see these options when right clicking an object in the main window of the web console?

Thanks,
Adam.
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This guy should be able to help you ;-)

http://blogs.technet.com/kevinholman/
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Cheers for the link, lots of useful info but I cant find a solution to the issue I'm having, unless I'm missing it..
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