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After reading this articlehttp://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg731820.aspx
I am still not confident I understand how organization access works.
If a user is given a role with access granted to a particular organization node. Are the tables with permission granted by this role always restricted by dataareaid in those tables? Or are there other ways to relate to organizational hierarchies for security?
User can see data from the company to which he is logged in and also from Shared tables if he has access to them.
So if you are a user A and you belong to Role B you can setup Organizations C, D.
Then you can also have user A belong to Role B1 and only in Organizations E, F.
I don't think I explained myself very well. I'm wondering what happens when you use on organization hierarchy like Geography.
For example, if I assign a user a role and restrict it using the geography hierarchy to the USA node. How are my records filtered when they don't relate to geography directly?
So permisions are still granted depanding on which companies are included into hierarchy, even if its a Geography, system knows which companies are in that hierarchy so it will only restrict users from using data which doesn't belong to companies which are not in that hierarchy.
So it is still DataAreaId depandent.
If you add more companies into hierarchy user will get access to their data.
In case you have don't so I recommend reading the white paper on "Implementing and Extending the Organization Model": technet.microsoft.com/.../hh292602.aspx. It contains information about organizations and security.
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