In blasadmin on the app server you can set the ConfigManagerUI ShowNoAccessNodes to false
This will hide the RBAC workspace from users who don’t have read access to it, but you need to check your RBAC model as some of the RBAC permissions such as apply ACL will cause the RBAC workspace to be visible.
More details in the BMC Admin guide about page 70/71.
I tried the “ShowNoAccessNodes” and still see the RBAC manager workspace. I tested it by creating a new role with only systempackage.read authorization, logged in with the new role and still see the RBAC manager folder.
Anything else I can try?
I doubt you can change this. acls will prevent your users from accessing things they shouldn’t.
Correct, they can’t do anything under RBAC and only see a limited items. But the customer wants to hide that folder for a role.
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The shownoaccessnodes command has worked fine for us - except roles which have push ACL permissions?