We have configured two managed Metadata services in our SharePoint 2010 Farm, named MMS1 & MMS2 and both has its own proxy service.
MMS1 has a termset group - MMS1_TG1
MMS2 has a termset group - MMS2_TG1
If I open any of the MMS, it shows both MMS1_TG1 & MM2_TG1. How is this possible as both of those are in different DBs.
MMS1 is associated with Default proxy group.
MMS2 is associated with Custom proxy group.
Default proxy group is associated with a Webapplication - MyDemo. If I open a Metadata management tool in Mydemo webapplication, I could see again both the Termset Group MMS1_TG1 & MMS2_TG1.
How is this possible, The Webapplication Mydemo is just connected only with MMS1 through the proxy group default and how I could see both the termset group from two different MMS?
As per the Microsoft article, User should be able to view his local & global (associated with the webapplication).
If I want to hide a global termset group from the enduser, what has to be done?
Should I need to give Read permission to All authenticated Users in the MMS Administrator section?
Note: I have only one service account in my entire Farm. Application pool uses the same service account used as a Farm account.