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User Access within Multi-entity Hierarchy

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This feature is in Limited Availability. If you wish to have access to the feature, submit a request at Zuora Global Support

By default, you can only access to the entity in which your user account is created. To access other entities, you must be given permission to access them. If you are given permission to access other entities, you can access to these entities with a single login. After login, you can access the data of the entities through the entity switcher.

If an entity user wants to access other entities, the administrator of the entity in which the user is created, needs to send access requests to the other entities. Then the user is in Pending Review status in the entity that the user wants to access. The administrator of the entity that the user wants to access can either accept or deny the request.

  • If the entity administrator who sends the access request is also the administrator of the entity that the user wants to access, the access request will be automatically accepted. The user is then in Active status.
  • If the administrator accepts the user access request, the user is then in Active status. 
  • If the administrator denies the user access request, the user is then in Access Denied status.

Only the entity administrators have permission to manage user accesses. See Grant User Access to Other Entities and Deny User Accesses for more information.

By default, all the users are assigned to the Standard User role in the entities that they are given permission to access. You can edit the roles and permissions for users in Administrator Settings. Also, you can assign users to one of the following user roles:

Only the entity administrators have permission to manage roles and permissions of the users.

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17:23, 6 Sep 2016

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