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IDM 4.7.3 UserApp self delegations

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Hi

I've recently upgraded to version 4.7 and I'm getting to know idmdash, wich I've never used before. 

One thing I'm trying to find out if it's possible is if a user can do delegations only for oneself

When I go to the delegations form I'm always asked for the "Delegate for", but what I want is for that "Delegate for" be always the user soliciting for the delegation. I just don't want for the users to see all other users when doing the delegation

I know in older versions this wasn't possible. Is it possible now?

Thanks a bunch!

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Hi,

This is not clear how it works for me as well.

The doc says that you must be provisioning manager , administrator or team manager to delegate.

I guess that a common usage would be to define Team Managers that can manage the delegation for its team.

No very convenient.

Hope this help.

Sylvain

 

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Hi,

This is not clear how it works for me as well.

The doc says that you must be provisioning manager , administrator or team manager to delegate.

I guess that a common usage would be to define Team Managers that can manage the delegation for its team.

No very convenient.

Hope this help.

Sylvain

 

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What would delegating a task, only to yourself accomplish? 

 

 

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