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See where Dynamic Admin with Network Access is used

In a bundle there is that fantastic feature thats allow to use Dynamic Administrator with network access.
And to point out a user under Configuration/Credentials.
I now need to change one of these and would like to check in witch bundles that is used.
Need to see what places the bundle-creators has pointed out, so I can document rights.

Is there a way to see this?
We have probably thousands of bundles and we cant go trou them one by one.
Some report? Some log? Other way?
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Re: See where Dynamic Admin with Network Access is used


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Re: See where Dynamic Admin with Network Access is used

You could query the DB directly.


SET @ZUID = (SELECT ZUID FROM zExternalCredential WHERE zExternalCredential.username LIKE '%<CredentialUsername>%')


SELECT zBundle.DisplayName, zAction.Name AS Action_Name
from zBundle
INNER JOIN zActionSet ON zActionSet.ActionSetObject = zBundle.ZUID
INNER JOIN zAction ON zAction.ActionSet = zActionSet.Id
WHERE zAction.Data LIKE '%' + @ZUIDvcar + '%'

To be cautious, you could backup the DB and restore it to another SQL instance to run the query.

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