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I have following question in D365 Sales hub.
Ex:- Assume, a team member who doesn't has the right to carry any functions in the system tries to create an opportunity. In a situation like this, what would be the best way the system should warn? Is it through any warning message or do we need to manage it from permissions ?
Ex:- Team member creates & update Opportunities in the D365 sales app
If this is to be considered as a license policy violation, who will be responsible for it. Is it partner or customer ?
Thanks in advance
Restriction to access of your application should be done using Security Roles (or Model-Driven apps).
The team member license currently does not have all the restriction that are supposed to be in place. Access to an entity that the license is not supposed to access is a violation of the license (as you mentioned). I am not 100% sure if there is a violation on the partner side, but I think the end result it is up to the customer to make sure you are not in violation of your agreement. The partner should notify the customer if they are in violation, but at the end of the day, the software license belongs to the customer.
Hope this helps.
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