Through Configurations create "Folder" templates that target the Document Tray for the user. (In Document Processing)
Setup the MFD buttons for each user scanning to each user folder however you normally do.
You can manage everything from the server:
Create Document Trays for all users
On the server you can create all the import templates (sorry I said scan) per user.
Install the desktop apps on the server (should be already) and then through the desktop apps create all the import jobs (per user) on the server.
Hope this helps!
On a MFD you could program buttons for each user that goes to an individual folder. AKA:
Setup scan templates (blank) for each user with each pointing to the appropriate users Document Tray
Setup on the server (if on prem) if not on a dedicated workstation Import jobs withing Desktop Apps for each user, using that users path and scan template to import scan documents into their Document Tray.
Maybe straight from the DB if it is logged by default? As I don't believe user auditing within "Configurations"was introduced until 7.5
Ah I must be thinking of file connection then.
In the admin tool by chance did you click " Identify " to define the columns in the file connection?
Maybe use a multi-column select list with:
Department, Managers (relative to that department), Manger, (Then Form will fill this) DWUSER
Make the DW user field hidden, but you can use that in the WF as a variable for the “new” request to assign it.
Yes. While in configurations go to the Audit Reports. Make sure that User Login/Logout is checked to begin logging.
You cannot. Maybe try to anchor on the text on the bottom of the page.
Go to the dialogs and you have to "unhide" them.
When you create a new index field by default they are hidded.