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    FlowingPhail
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    How do I deny permission to my mains for standard and basic users on a QU-32? Doing an install at a church and they have some kids fresh out of high school using an iPad to handle audio send for streaming and they already botched a service by not checking to make sure they were on the correct mix. Im not going to use guided access because I would have to set it up Everytime they turn the app on and I don’t go to this church.

    #68873
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    Dick Rees
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    Page fifty (50) of The Manual: Home/User.

    #68875
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    FlowingPhail
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    As I said, I need to deny access to LR main. I found that on my own already and it does not allow for mains permission changing

    #68876
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    Dick Rees
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    Think permission, not denial.

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    #68879
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    FlowingPhail
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    I have them with permission to use stereo mix 5-6 but I guess it just doesn’t have function to not let them use mains

    #68883
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    Dick Rees
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    Can you post a picture of the permissions setup screen to show what you’ve done? It might save time.

    #68897
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    MarkPAman
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    I don’t think the Mains can be blocked.

    As a work around, I guess you could use Mix 9&10 for the church, and block them from that, though only if you’re not relying on post fade sends elsewhere.

    In a church though, I’d hope that any messing with the main mix was accidental, rather than deliberate. How about setting up guided access, but give them the code; trusting them to turn it on when they use it?

    Other options could be to have them use Qu-Control (without admin password) or even the Qu-You app.

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    Giga
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    I don’t understand; why in the world would one install a relatively complicated desk when aparently there’s no one even remotely qualified to run it ?

    Giga

    #68922
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    MarkPAman
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    I don’t think anybody said that was the case here.
    Churches do a lot of different things though, with different needs on different days, usually with volunteers running things, so on some occasions, the knowledgable people may not b there.
    That’s why A&H, like most others, put different levels of access on their desks, set up by the admin user(s). If this was not a common requirement, it would not be there!

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