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To remove the Dashboard on the toolbars, you should remove the following part in the portal.war/WEB-INF/conf/portal/portal/sharedlayout.xml file
... <container id="UserToolBarDashboardPortlet" template="system:/groovy/portal/webui/container/UIContainer.gtmpl"> <portlet-application> <portlet> <application-ref>exoadmin</application-ref> <portlet-ref>UserToolbarDashboardPortlet</portlet-ref> </portlet> <access-permissions>Everyone</access-permissions> <show-info-bar>false</show-info-bar> </portlet-application> </container> ...
Thanks for your help.
This works, but if a user knows the url (e.g. portal/private/classic/portal-user) he can nevertheless use the dashboard.
So now I did not remove the dashboard, but changed the access-permissions to *:/platform/administrator.
Now only administrators can use the dashboard.
This is ok for now, but I would like to disable the dashboard and some other portlets specified in the sharedlayout.xml even for the administrator!
So I tried to restrict the usage of the dashboard to *:/platform/nobody and declared a new group nobody with no members, but the administarator is still able to use the dashboard, when he knows the url.
the a Dashboard notion here is just an user's page that contains a Dashboard portlet.
I do not understand how a user can create a dashboard in your case in your case ?