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Restricting Access of Catalog Objects Through Administrator Group in OLM

This question is related to security in OLM (Oracle Learning Management).

I have set up my catalog objects. My Catalog structure is  Category-->Sub Category-->Course
I have different Learning Administrator in different Learning streams. I want to restrict the access through Administrator Groups. I have created these Admin Groups but i could not find any link how to attach these Admin Group to my category or sub category level.

Kindly guide me if any body has idea on this topic.

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through personalization the link can be made enable for administrator group.
"The Administrator Group field that enables learning administrators to select the administrator group when creating categories or folders is hidden by default.
 The Administrator Group field can be displayed on the following pages using personalization:
• Create Category
• Create Folder
• View Category
• View Folder
hope it will help.
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Dear Richard

Thanks for your reply, I tried but could not find the link. I would appreciate if you could please send me a screen shot for it.

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