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We are currently running Dynamics CRM 2013. I have been asked to only allow those with Admin privileges to reopen a closed opportunity. I cannot find a security setting for this and it looks like most of my findings are an all or nothing (remove the tile or leave it) through the ribbon editor. Is there a way within 2013 to lock it down to only allow Admins to choose this option? I have read that there may be some coding that could be done in Java, but I don't have a background in that language so I would need a little more guidance if that is the case.
What you would need to do is write some JS to interact with the command bar to hide the button for re-open on an opportunity.
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