Access to Organizations and Business Units Examples¶
Give Todd access to two business units of the same organization.
Select each of the business units in Access Settings. Configuration on the interface:
Give Todd access to two business units in different organizations.
Just select each of the organizations and business units to which Todd must have access in Access Settings. Configuration on the interface:
Give Todd access to the business unit with all chain of its subunits.
There are two ways to give such access.
One, if Todd’s role includes business unit level permissions, is to give access to all the required business units individually. Configuration on the interface:
Another approach can be used if Todd’s role includes division level permissions. A division is exactly a business unit with the whole chain of its subunits. Therefore, in this case, you can select only the top business unit of the division (ACME East in out example) in Access Settings and Todd will automatically have access to all subunits of the selected business unit and their subunits, and so on.
This can be useful if there is a chance that a new business unit may appear in the chain and Todd will require access to it too. There will be no need to reconfigure access settings for Todd.
Give Todd access to the jointed and disjointed business units at different levels of the company structure.
Just select an organization(s) and all the business units to which Todd must have access in Access Settings. Configuration on the interface: