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Summarizing Permission Sets: Easy Security

  • 1.  Summarizing Permission Sets: Easy Security

    Posted Aug 06, 2018 09:46 AM
    Hi all, I am trying to see a summary of users permissions sets for what a user is capable of doing in NAV. I have narrowed down what users i need to review since almost all users are assigned permissions as user ID. The assigned permission as user ID is someone who works in their department. However, over the years i have no idea if these users assigned to others were giving more roles and responsibilities that required some permission sets that some newer employees should not have. There are a lot of permission sets on the users tables and even more permissions in them, and would take way too much time to comb through. Is there a simpler way to compile a users permissions sets to audit them in easy security?

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  • 2.  RE: Summarizing Permission Sets: Easy Security

    TOP CONTRIBUTOR
    Posted Aug 06, 2018 10:02 AM
    ​I'm not sure if this will help you, but EasySecurity has a Role Where Used function.  You can enter a permission set ID and see what user ID's have access to that permission set.

    You can also do the same from the Roles list.  There is a column called "Login Access Controls" and you can click on the number in that column for a list of user ID's with access.

    FastPath provides software that can also help audit your NAV Security and help you identify segregation of duty issues.

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  • 3.  RE: Summarizing Permission Sets: Easy Security

    SILVER CONTRIBUTOR
    Posted Aug 07, 2018 08:14 AM
    You can use the Summary Permissions to verify what a user have access to by TableData or Object. When you find something that you do not think is what a user should have access to can you use the "Assigned From" to see which Permission Sets give the access. This video have more details. Summary Permissions and Calculations
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    Summary Permissions and Calculations
    0:00 Introduction 0:47 Assign Permissions to New User 1:20 Update Login to Calculate Summary Permissions for User 1:46 Assigned From feature 3:30 Object Where-Used - Permissions 4:29 Object Where-Used - Relations 4:45 Object Where-Used - Used as Relations 5:35 Summary Results - Abilities 7:14 Create New Summary Calculation - Ability
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