[horde] kronolith guest permissions

Jan Schneider jan at horde.org
Mon May 7 07:57:10 UTC 2012

Zitat von Stephan <steffo76 at gmx.de>:

> Am 05.05.2012 10:56, schrieb Jan Schneider:
>> Zitat von Stephan <steffo76 at gmx.de>:
>>> Am 05.05.2012 10:26, schrieb Jan Schneider:
>>>> Zitat von Stephan <steffo76 at gmx.de>:
>>>>> Am 05.05.2012 00:13, schrieb mrubinsk at horde.org:
>>>>>> You probably also need guest perms on Horde as well.
>>>>>> -- mike
>>>>>> Stephan <steffo76 at gmx.de> wrote:
>>>>>> Hi list,
>>>>>> I would like to set up a calendar that is accessible (read-only) for
>>>>>> everyone so I created it and set the rights for guest to read and
>>>>>> show.
>>>>>> I still get a logon windows if I try to access the calendar while
>>>>>> being
>>>>>> unauthenticated. I tried setting read and show permissions for guests
>>>>>> and authenticated users on kronolith itself in the rights section
>>>>>> of the
>>>>>> admin panel but still cannot access the .ics when I'm not
>>>>>> authenticated.
>>>>>> Any hints ?
>>>>> I just added horde permissions and set them to read and show for both
>>>>> authenticated users and guests. I even added rights for timeobjects
>>>>> and content even though I'm not sure what they do. I still cannot
>>>>> access the calendar withoug being logged in.
>>>> You actually don't need guest read access for Horde or Timeobjects, but
>>>> for Kronolith.
>>> I have a screenhot of the kronolith guest rights attached. It doesn't
>>> work this way though.
>> I missed that you are trying to access the .ics URL. That won't work
>> without logging in.
> Ouch. So there is no way to publish a calendar so its .ics is  
> globally accessible without logging in ?

Not at the moment. Calendar widgets are available without loging in though.

Jan Schneider
The Horde Project

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