Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 145813
Private channel still visable to users who don't have subscription possibilites
Last modified: 2011-01-05 17:28:22 EST
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Description of problem:
Maybe this is a bug, but maybe it's an RFE.. please feel free to mark
it as enhancement if needed.
Marking a software channel as private (eg: not globally subscribable)
still yeilds a channel that plain old regular users can see and
manually download RPM's from. This seems silly, it should be hidden
from anyone who doesn't have the Channel Admin ACL or is listed as a
subscriber by the Channel Admin.
Current behavior makes it impossible to distribute site licensed RPM's
on any Satellite that serves more than one site or do anything with a
package that should only be seen by a select few.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Make a new Software Channel
2. Mark it non-global
3. See if a normal user can see said channel
Actual Results: User sees channel and packages contained within
Expected Results: User should not be presented with channel or packages
Moving to satellite
The RHN Satellite 4.x and RHN Proxy 4.x products have reached their end of life. Please see:
Satellite 4 EOL Errata
RHN Proxy 4 EOL Errata
This bugzilla was reported for a product which is no longer supported. As such we are closing this bugzilla out. If you feel this bug report should be reviewed again since it is valid for a currently supported product version, then please feel free to re-open this bug report.