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(OP)
I want to know how to allow the user to go back to the last page or a home page if they go to a layout that they don't have access to.

RE: Access Denied

Hey,

  You could lock down the layout - so that they can only get to it from a button (essentially taking it off the list of layouts in the list in the status area). Then, in the button, put this in (or something like it):

IF [Get(PrivilegeSetName) = "YouDontHaveAccess"]
  Go to Layout("OtherLayout"
End If

  That should do it!

HTH,

Doc Tree

RE: Access Denied

(OP)
it does not seem to prevent the FileMaker Access Denied screen to show up before the script runs for some reason.

RE: Access Denied

(OP)
AHHH Got it!!! had my end if in the wrong spot.

thanks for your help.

RE: Access Denied

Cool - no problem!

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