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ISE 1.2 Sponsor Group - "View/Edit Accounts" Setting not working as expected

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Mar 31st, 2014
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Hi,

we need a sponsor account that is not allowed to see the Account List (so the Accounts that were created) on the sponsor UI. The sponsor should be only allowed to create an account, to send his credentials via E-Mail or to print them.. and that's all

So I configured the rights as you can see in the attachment, but when I choose No for "View/Edit Accounts" the user is able to see ALL ACCOUNTS. When I just choose "Own Accounts" then the user sees just his own Accounts, so the 2nd setting works properly.. the first behaviour seems like a bug to me.. did anyone else have had this problem too?

 

Thanks!

 

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Correct Answer by Saurav Lodh about 3 years 4 months ago

Choose one of the following options for View/Edit Accounts:

No—Sponsors are not allowed to edit any guest accounts.

All Accounts—Sponsors are allowed to edit/view all guest accounts.

Group Accounts—Sponsors are allowed to edit guest accounts created by anyone in the same sponsor user group.

Own Account—Sponsors are allowed to edit only the guest accounts they created.

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Saurav Lodh Fri, 04/04/2014 - 00:15
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Choose one of the following options for View/Edit Accounts:

No—Sponsors are not allowed to edit any guest accounts.

All Accounts—Sponsors are allowed to edit/view all guest accounts.

Group Accounts—Sponsors are allowed to edit guest accounts created by anyone in the same sponsor user group.

Own Account—Sponsors are allowed to edit only the guest accounts they created.

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