1. Indident description
I need to allow a non-admin user to see the logs for a particular stream. I followed the documentation here
Permission Management to enable for sharing a strem.
The non-user can access the stream, but it can not see any message. It’s like the stream is empty to it.
When I assign the admin role to the users, the messages appear.
I believe this behavior is not as expected.
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2. my enviroment
OS Information: Ubuntu 20.04
Package Version: Graylog v4.2.5+59802bf (from an update)
Service logs, configurations, and environment variables: deafult, I did not change anything since the installation
3. taken steps so far
I unshared and re-shared the stream.
I create a breand new user to check is the problem was with the existing ones.
I did a test in my lab but unfortunately I could not duplicate this issue. These were the steps executed.
1.Create user ( Bruno) with read role
2.Create Stream /w rule a specific source ( Just to get some data)
3.Click on share with “Bruno” as viewer.
4.Log into with Bruno’s credentials that were created.
5.Navigate to stream for sharing
6.Open stream to view Messages
Unless you have some other configuration within your environment that we don’t know about. I’m not sure what your problem is. We would need more information to resolve this issue and if you unsure what you need please look here for better clarity
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