VSys One: Volunteer Management Software

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Notes on Banned People

When VSys is told to create someone, or register someone into a project, it first checks to see if that person is banned from participation. It does this in two stages:

  1. Is this person explicitly banned, meaning that the Banned checkbox in the Profile editor is checked?
  2. If not explicitly banned, does this person share common attributes with someone who is explicitly banned?

The first check is very quick and unambiguous - VSys will simply prevent you from /creatingregistering this person under any circumstances, and this cannot be overridden without first marking the person as not banned.

The second is more complex. Does the person to be added have:

If any of these three are true, VSys will flag the person as being possibly banned. This won't prevent you from creating/registering the person. Instead, VSys will prompt you to check to ensure that the person you're registering really is not banned. VSys does this to make sure that people who are banned and re-register again as a new person, either intentionally or accidentally, are less likely to get through your screening process.

See Also




Startup Database Selection

Standalone E-mail Robot as a Windows Service

Issue Reports

Hosted VSys

Q & A

Shortcuts, Tips and Tricks in VSys One

IT Labor Estimates

Implementation Timeline

Ini file-based Advanced Settings

Volunteer Works Conversion Notes

How VSys Encrypts Data - Compatibility Mode

How VSys Encrypts Data - Advanced Encryption

Tracing (Audit Logs) Security

Command Line Parameters

Command Line Tools

Relative Dates

Remote Support Sessions


Special Settings

Hosted VSys