I have done the usual stuff, by editing the:

- deployment.config

- deployment.properties  (with)


- exception.sites

and placing them in the correct folder path.


The exception list works, so I know the file format are correct.

However, the "Edit Site List" button is not greyed out.

As a test, I have tried locking other feature, such as security level setting, and that locks fine. Just cant lock the "Edit Site List" button.
Having said that, the user can go through the motions of trying to add a site to the exception list, but will fail in the end, as the user is a locked down user, and cannot modify the the exception.sites file. But would be still good to have the button actually greyed out in the first place.

Has anyone else seen this behaviour? Or is it just me?

I am trialling this on JRE 1.8.0_45.



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Local Admins still can add/delete a site to the exception list.
Answered 08/22/2015 by: jagadeish
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  • Im using a locked down user to test. Were you able to successfully have the "Edit Site List" button grayed out by using the deployment.properties method?
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