Managing extended privileges
Extended privileges determine the data sharing options that are permitted by a privilege set for a file. For example, if the file is shared, the Access via FileMaker Network extended privilege determines if the privilege set allows opening the shared file as a client. The Access via FileMaker WebDirect extended privilege determines whether the privilege set allows accessing the database from a web browser. See About accounts, privilege sets, and extended privileges.
You can view extended privileges in the Manage Security dialog box, as well as enable each extended privilege for the privilege sets that you want to permit access. All extended privileges except fmreauthenticate10 are disabled by default, even in the Full Access privilege set.
Note  Enabling extended privileges only makes it allowable for certain privilege sets to access shared data. To actually access the shared data, you must also set up sharing for the type of access that you want. See Sharing databases on a network, Using ODBC and JDBC with FileMaker Pro, or Publishing databases on the web.
FileMaker as well as third-party developers may provide additional software products designed to work with FileMaker Pro. These products may require you to add new extended privileges that manage data access between FileMaker Pro and these products.
It may also be necessary to delete an extended privilege that is no longer required.
Related topics 
Editing extended privileges for a privilege set
Topics in this section
Viewing extended privileges
Editing which privilege sets may use an extended privilege
Creating and deleting extended privileges