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I'm trying to allow users to view audit logs, and I've created a new security role with the following permissions (see screenshot).
I've assigned the security role to the proper users. However, they are reporting that they are still unable to access the audit logs. Under "Advanced Settings", this is what they're seeing:
I believe "Auditing" should be an option under settings. How can I allow users to access the audit logs?
Are they able to see the Audit history under each record?
Yes, but is there a way to allow them to view the Audit Summary Log like in the screenshot below?
Still having trouble getting this to work. Any suggestions?
Can you check the "Delete Audit Partitions" permission as well to check if this solve your issue.
I just tried that but it didn't work unfortunately.
I was able to solve this by adding the "Read" permission to the "SettingsSiteMap". Thanks everyone!
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