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Role Subsidiary Restrictions
I have a question about subsidiary restrictions. Testing it in Sandbox will take a while so I wondered if anyone had the knowledge -
When using User Subsidiary as the roles restriction doe sit also include child entities? The description below does not cover this
User Subsidiary – Restricts the role’s access to the user’s subsidiary only. When users log in with this role, they can only access their own subsidiary. A user’s subsidiary is set on the employee record. For more information, see Assigning a Subsidiary to an Employee.
I want to set the users Subsidiary to the top level entity to give them access to all (I don't want to change the role / make a new role for this)