Suppose \"Super User\" creates \"User1\" under \"Company1\" and choose the access permission- \"Deny\" for companies in Role. Then, \"Super User\" gave one full access to his/her company ONLY in the \"Permissions\" tab of the user,\"User1\". Now, \"User1\" logged in using proper credential and creates a project, and in it several tasks. After then, \"User1\" creates a user say \"u1\" and choose \"Company1\" during creation. But still \"u1\" sees all companies projects. How can \"User1\" set permission to \"u1\", so that after logged in, \"u1\" sees only projects created by \"User1\" only. Please help!

asked 04 May '16, 11:14

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asked 04 May '16, 11:14

I think you must create a role \"r1\" for \"u1\", who has also \"Deny\" for \"Companies\" and only give \"u1\" access \"Company1\" or, even better, \"ProjectX\"...\nJust a guess...
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answered 07 May '16, 11:19

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answered 07 May '16, 11:19

I think only ProjectX does not work if company is denied. To be sure, the permission must be company and projectX
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answered 08 May '16, 03:41

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