I am commenting on my post:
1. Yes...via the trusted authentication. Initially I was under the impression that this does not work for the embedded visualizations...but it does.
3. Yes...I was using a different browser instance ...but it turned out this is how the session management works. So there is no issue.
I was wondering if you found a way to disable the revert all button? We are haveing the same issue with published workbooks and embedding user credentials as parameters. I've created a workaround involving publishing the workbook as a 'dummy' company so that if a user presses the revert all button they see the 'dummy' company, but I'd really like to be able to disable the revert all button.
Any word from Tabelau on this?
Hey Jonathan -
Currently there is no way to disable "Revert". I've just "Followed" you, which should expose an email address via my profile. Shoot me a message and we can discuss more offline.
I was wondering if you found a way to disable the revert all button?
You cannot disable, but you can hide the revert button by adding the following line to tableau.css
From security point of view it is not a solution, but at least your users cannot revert the viz easily
Thank you for the reply. Russell has given me some ideas offline that we are considering. Those ideas a good ideas, just as yours is, however I am disapointed that we aren't able to disable the button using the Tableau Server admin tools.
Thanks again for the help.
Hi Russell / Jonathan,
I also want to hide "Revert All" from my web pages. Can you please post all your ideas in this forum.
As per my understanding, modifying any Tableau source code (including tableau.css) will violate Tableau contract and we will loose customer support. Isn't that true?
Tamas's idea is probably the best one - but you are correct in that we don't support you modifying the CSS. If worse comes to worse and you have a problem, our support people would probably ask you to "revert" back to an un-modified install of Server and see if your problem is still there. I'm speaking strictly theoretically, of course.
Hope this helps a little?