Siggi Absent Member.
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HP Quality Center v10.0

QC v10.0: Test Lab module - Testers and Managers want to rename and/or delete Test Sets below the Test Sets tree but receive error message: "The current user lacks permission to make folder changes at this level and higher." even though they have access rights to modify/delete Test Sets under Group Access. 

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Absent Member.. Darla Crisp Absent Member..
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Re: HP Quality Center v10.0

My experience has shown that users must be a member of only 1 group.  If they are members of more than 1 group the permissions of the more restrictive group are followed.  IF user is in the groups Project Manager AND QA Tester they most likely will only have the permissions of the QA Tester group.

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Absent Member.. RoniRobinson Absent Member..
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Re: HP Quality Center v10.0

Are you using the predefined User Groups or are you using groups which were created by an Admin?  The predefined group priviledges cannot be modified.  If the Group Permission indicates that this action is allowed, you may want to check your workflow script to see if there is some custom code which is taking precidence over the original group permissions.

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hbhilton11 Absent Member.
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Re: HP Quality Center v10.0

My experience is similar... however I would venture to say that the user has all rights from both groups... but if there is a CONFLICT (such as one group has more restrictive transition rules... a la the "Status" field in the Defects module) THEN the more restrictive permissions are applied.
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