I have asked the same question in this forum. What endpoint are you using? Workspace?? The problem with workspace is that anyone can view the process. And the start process doesnot restrict access to a particular user/ groups.
If you are using a PDF form then you can restrict the access by providing a docReady password. So that anyone can see the process. But the one who knows the password can access it and start the process.
Yes. I have also tries the "manage access" option. It also does not work in my case.
Here is documentation on doing so, the steps are described under the "Managing user access to applications" sub-heading:
Here is a few thing to keep in mind:
- If the users accessing the application have the "Application Administrator" role assigned in adminui, this will not have any effect.
- This will only allow the users to fetch the application to which they have access from the server, local copies of the application before this access change is applied can cause errors.
- You should be managing these access rights while logged in as an Administrator, or Application Administrator in Workbench.