I'm sorry if I have misunderstood, but it seems that the customisation of the display of the client (in my case Windows client) is being stored locally on the PC?
What I would like to have are default application preferences that are automatically rolled out to every client at the time they connect, and then user customisations (if allowed - we'd like to restrict this on a per-user basis) of these stored back on the server against the identity of the logged-in user.
The reasons for this are two-fold:
1. The benefit of a client-server system like this is the ability of a user to sit at any PC and connect - we just let them click-download-install the client on any PC they're sitting at. However their preferences need to follow them for this to be useful.
2. For non-technical users (I have many) we know that the application will be pre-configured in the most useful way for them on each login, so we can then issue simplified user instructions which suit the way we've configured the app.
Any support for this from others?
Edited to add: having played some more, it is obvious to me that this would have to include filters, so to set up a new user the administrator could
This ideally needs to be generalised some more, so that we could set up default filters using tokens for each folder we create. So, for instance, we might want to set up the filter "Assigned to Me" to always default to "Assigned To" = %logged-in-user% or somesuch. I appreciate this can't just be a global default (not every folder has an "Assigned To" attribute, for instance), but it is hard to roll this out to others without having to do lots of manual customisation, which could get impossibly complex when we have, say, more than 10 users.