Ensign
Ensign
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HP Recods Management Access Controls and Security Level

Hi, I understand how the ACL and security levels work ( the user must be in the group and have a security level at least as high or higher than the security level of the item. However, We have nested groups ( GroupA _> subgroupb and subgroupb ) . We have a user with a security level of same as the item ( securitly level confidential ). However , the group that they have been assigned to has a security level lower that the ite. Which one wins ? The user security level or the groups ?

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I would assume that the user's permissions would trump the group's lower permissions.

Are you finding that is not the case?

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Ensign
Ensign

Thanks Greg for answering so quickly. I didn;t know and the records manager wasn;t available to answer. 

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