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Calcite | Level 5

Hi Team,


In my SAS Management Console , I have for instance many libraries.


I  will take an example here.


If i right click on any of the library and click on properties , it would open the properties page , wherein it has one of the tabs as Authorization.


Under Authorization , I find different Users and Groups.


Now my question here is , if i click on any of the User and Groups and click on its properties , it would lead me to who are the members who have access along with it , it also can have a user group.


So , wanted to know if i want to know who are the users who have access to all the libraries , how can i find out.


Is there a macro or any or way to find out

Super User
FYI - moved this to the Administration forum, as admins are more likely to be able to answer this question.
Calcite | Level 5

Hi Team,


Could someone please respond to my query and suggest me with a solution.

Opal | Level 21

This post should be useful:


Searching this Community will likely find other helpful posts.

Rhodochrosite | Level 12

If you would like a fast point-and-click way of finding out who has access to a library, and are open to the use of 3rd party commercial software, then you might want to try our Metacoda Permissions Explorers. There is an example of the use of the Object Permissions Explorer, to see who has access to a library, in this blog post  If you also want to find out why people have the access they do then the Metacoda Permissions Tracer plug-in can show you which access controls are driving the effective permissions that you see in the Permissions Explorers. There is a blog post about the Permissions Tracer here




Meteorite | Level 14

Best approach is to approach the SAS dministrator

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