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Hey Jim, I’ve not seen security handled in parameter files – not to say that it’s not possible I’m just not sure. As a workaround is it possible to put your faceplate on a popup window(s)?
Then you can use Animations to display buttons that will launch the popup(s) depending on the user who logged in. Not sure if this is something you could consider.