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I've a fairly straight forward implementation of ocPortal on cincinattiNVC.org. A simple user structure (guest / member / editor / admin) The question has been raised "How do we set up Calendar entries so that members (and above) can see them but guests cannot?"

I've gone through the event creation process and I don't see that it can be done within the stock system.  Would someone tell me I'm wrong please and then tell me where I change an event so that it appears only to members and above.
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Admin Zone -> Security -> Permission Tree Editor

You can navigate to and set the view permissions for the Calendar there.
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Ouch, okay, my question was misleading.  They want to be able to post events that everyone can see and they also want to be able to post events that only members and above can see.
KingBast, thanks for asking the question I asked - too bad it wasn't the question I meant to ask.
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Calendar event types, with permissions on them.


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Chris, got it, thanks!  Most of the time all you have to do is point me in the right direction.
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