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How to solve Employee subsidiary conflicts with assigned custom role?

edited Dec 5, 2022 7:22PM in Ask A Guru 5 comments

Hello.

Does anyone have a workaround for this issue/scenario: we have some subsidiary specific custom roles that limit an employee's access to the selected subsidiary of the role. However, we have some employees that belong to a subsidiary that is different from the subsidiary of their assigned custom role. This prevents them from being able to create/edit transactions for the custom role's subsidiary. Is there a workaround for this in NetSuite? Just exploring all options since changing employee subsidiary is not an option. Allow cross-subsidiary record viewing won't cut it since we need create and edit permissions as well.

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