Search Guard and Spaces

I’ve just test SearchGuard (last version) on latest version of Kibana and Elasticsearch.

My question is:

Am I able to assign user permission only to some Spaces (he/she can use space X but not space Z)?

If possible, could you please provide some config example?

Regards

Thats not possible (for now). But you can use our multi tenancy feature for that (https://docs.search-guard.com/latest/kibana-multi-tenancy#multitenancy)

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Am 04.01.2019 um 13:09 schrieb Gosforth <podunkman@gmail.com>:

I've just test SearchGuard (last version) on latest version of Kibana and Elasticsearch.

My question is:
Am I able to assign user permission only to some Spaces (he/she can use space X but not space Z)?

If possible, could you please provide some config example?

Regards

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Thank you.

To my surprise I see that ‘security’ after applying Search Guard is that some users do not see indices but they can do discovery, create or modify visualization and dashboards :slight_smile:

Incredible :slight_smile:

This is the ‘security’ that comes with ES or Search Guard?

Any comment about that?

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On Monday, January 7, 2019 at 11:01:09 AM UTC+1, Gosforth wrote:

Thank you.

To my surprise I see that ‘security’ after applying Search Guard is that some users do not see indices but they can do discovery, create or modify visualization and dashboards :slight_smile:

Incredible :slight_smile:

This is the ‘security’ that comes with ES or Search Guard?

Search Guard

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Am 09.01.2019 um 12:07 schrieb Gosforth <PodunkMan@gmail.com>:

Any comment about that?

On Monday, January 7, 2019 at 11:01:09 AM UTC+1, Gosforth wrote:
Thank you.
To my surprise I see that 'security' after applying Search Guard is that some users do not see indices but they can do discovery, create or modify visualization and dashboards :slight_smile:
Incredible :slight_smile:
This is the 'security' that comes with ES or Search Guard?

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Thanks for the answer.

So this is not a security at all (If I have access to indices I can do everything with data). I can obtain same level with nginx.