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Manage Security Roles Overview

Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform

In the previous step, we looked at Business Units Structure Examples.

Security roles may sound quite simple but are really quite a vital part of the experience for a user. It defines their experience and the things they are allowed to do once they are in the application.

Security roles offer privileges. Each security role consists of record-level privileges and task-based privileges. Record level privileges define which task a user with access to that record can do, such as read, create, delete, write, share, append, and append to.

In this step, we look at a video at managing security roles within Dynamic 365.

Up next, let’s look at discuss Role Examples.

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