On 27 January 2017 at 08:59, Dunbar, Brian <brian.dun...@von.ca> wrote:
> When I set the owner. I could not set the Company it would only let me pick > a domain account This is a "glass half empty" solution but it might be of some use. Create a User to represent "the Company" Only fill in the username and Real Name fields Eg Username acme-ltd Real name Acme Ltd (An alternative for the Username of a "Company as User" is to use its FQDN, so acme.ltd) then make that "Company as User" Username the Owner of the Asset The "Real Name" should be visible in the Owner field on an Asset display page, and the link underneath it will take you to the User Summary page from where, selecting Edit, allows you to see the username, which is the thing you will probably need to see. When you come to search, be aware that, as the Assets search code stands, it won't autocomplete as you type, say, a c m e - l t d nor does it appear to handle wildcards, eg, acme% and nor does it appear to allow a search by "Real Name" but, if you can recall what the username is (so choose a scheme that is easy to recall !), typing it in in full should give you a string in the Owner field of the Search page that wil list all assets owned by that "Company as User" As I suggest, it's not exactly what you want, but part of the way there and, more importantly, as the Assets code develops so as to allow for better searches, your RT structure should be close to what you want, ie., a Company "thing" in the Owner.field.