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Presenter: Jesper Nielsen, Senior Consultant, Head of Onboarding, Team Manager BC

How to assign User Rights in Business Central?

In this video, I will go through assigning user rights for the persons that work in your database.

This is what happens in the video

So first, I have to find my users. And then on this one, I would like to edit the user rights. I scroll down and I can see right now, I have a user permission set called basis on this user. But in fact, I have two opportunities to add permission sets in this form.

So I have the user groups which is a group of user permission sets that are combined for the role that you have. So let’s have a lookup and you can see I have like administrator 365 premium, the finance department and stuff like that. That’s the full list.

So it’s more like rule-based if you work here and down here on the use of permission sets is all the sets that Microsoft delivers as a standard.

So right now my user only has the permission set just called basis. So I just want to add another permission set for this one user and I want to add the troubleshoot tools.

So I just select this one and I do not have troubleshoot tools.

It could be that I set that my users are allowed to have basis role in all the companies in my database, but the troubleshoot tools is only allowed in one of my companies. And then I can select from my company list and I can choose the company where my user is allowed to work in.

So basis in all companies, but only troubleshoot tools in the one company called SCB.

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