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  1. Gazelle Test Management
  2. GZL-4201

I would expect that a session "hidden from list" is not only hidden from list on the manage session page

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    • Sprint:
      2016 - S13, 2016 - S14
    • Account:
      Maintenance 2016 (MAINTENANCE2016)

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      Once the testing session is closed and all the results have been extracted, I would like to hide the session from everybody for confidentiality purpose.
      On https://ihe-conformity-assessment.kereval.com/, I've marked CAS-2.2016-TS2 testing session as hidden from list because I don't want the users from the current conformity assessment session to access the data from this testing session (confidentiality purposes).
      But, I can see CAS-2.2016-TS2:
      * on the home page
      * on the testing session switch page
      * on the Connectathon > Find systems page

      So I do not understand the purpose of hiding a session if it is only hidden from the admin in the manage session page.
      As a work around, I deactivated the testing session but I can still see it on the Find systems page.

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              Assignee:
              gthomazon Guillaume Thomazon
              Reporter:
              aberge Anne-Gaelle Berge
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