Tip #526: Team is always more than sum of its parts

Another mini truck stop, this time to assist Dylan “Not a real Kiwi” Haskins preserve his sanity. tl;dr If a team has user-level privileges, members of that team will NOT have these privileges for the records owned by individuals and not the team. For example, if the team has a user-level create privilege then a […]

Tip #301: Using a team for system administrator access

Gustaf (not V) Westerlund mentions that while it may be attractive to create a team with System Administrator role to simplify security administration, the “inherited” approach is not sufficient to grant users all privileges that they need as System Administrator. For example, users cannot publish Business Rules if they don’t have a user role that […]

Tip #213: Add a subgrid of related security roles to the user or team form

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In a comment on Tip 211: When upgrading, don’t forget the team form, Pebo asked “what about the possibility for showing roles in subgrids of teams and user forms?” This is a great question, and we have an answer. First, you need to understand security roles in Dynamics CRM. There is not just one record for […]

Tip #211: When upgrading, don’t forget the team form

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When upgrading a deployment of Microsoft Dynamics CRM to version 2013, it is easy to overlook some of the back-end forms. These don’t get the attention of entities like Accounts and Cases, but they are very important to the people who use them. One of my favorite new forms in 2013 is the Team form. […]