Is it possible to configure the search results to display only content the user has access to, based on their role(s)?
For example, if they are not logged in, the search results display all "public" content. If they are logged in, the search results display all content based on their role(s), not public content.
@EmDunn - Well that's how it is by default. The user sees the public content in logged out state and when logged in, they see it as per their roles and access level. You could check this here in the Lithium community as well.
I hope this helps.
You would need to restrict access to the public content through permissions for the roles the user has when logged in, this is simple if you're talking about not allowing the user when logged in to access and read public content at all and only see the restricted content they've been given access to.
If you just want to exclude the public content from search but allow the user to navigate to it then this becomes a bit more tricky and would require some form of customisation to the community.
Ohk, that call for a customization then 🙂 Which is a huge task since you'd have to build the entire search from scratch. Let me know and we can discuss this over PM. Some of the custom search examples are here:
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