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5/28/2012 4:25 PM
 

I have two questions about the Documents module in DotNetNuke.

1) Is it possible to set the number of items per page on the documents module provided in DNN 6.1.5? If so, how do I do it?

2) I am using the community version of DotNetNuke and I have set permissions on the admin file manager module so that certain folders are only accessible to certain security roles. Now I would like users of those security roles to be able to upload files into the Documents module. When they are choosing what folder in the admin file manager to put them into I would only like them to see folders which they have been granted access to on the basis of their security role in the admin file manager. My problem is that they are able to see all folders in the admin file manager through the upload page in the Documents module. Is it possible for them to only see the folders in the admin file manager which they have been granted access to based on their security role?

 
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