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The settings show my clients ALL of my accounts? (1 post)

  1. wallydavid
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    Posted 1 year ago #

    My agency has a google analytics account with hundreds of our clients tracking information in it. If I install this plugin into a clients website, authenticate, choose the correct client from our account list, and then hand this off to them at any point, they can literally still pull down the list to view all of our clients accounts in our ccount from the settings page because it is authenticated to our account.

    Is there a way to disable access to that drop down menu once the correct account has been selected and authenticated. Basically so the end user can't go into those settings later down the road and click the menu to see the rest of the accounts.

    We work with some of our clients competitors, and we don't want them to discover it by seeing our entire agency list of sites we track analytics on from this plug in.

    Or is there a way to disable the analytics settings from the menu or something without a password or something?

    Thoughts on how to get around that?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/google-analytics-for-wordpress/

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