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Business Central allows various levels of security that can be used to restrict User access to different features or objects.
We can use Permission Sets to prevent User access to specific objects like reports or pages.
For more refined, row-level authorization we can use Security Filters to restrict access to individual record based on some filters.
Using Security Filters in Business Central – Business Central | Microsoft Docs
Suppose, you want the User to only be able to access a specific set of Customers.
You can either create your own Permission Set from scratch, in which you will describe all the objects that the User will have access to or you can copy one of the existing ones by clicking on “Copy Permission Set” and then entering a new name for the permission set. Do note that you require proper permissions to make changes to Permission Sets as well.
Thus we saw how to create and configure security filters in Business Central for maintaining record level security.
As a side note, I would like to highlight that in Business Central, in case a User has multiple Permission Sets containing different levels of permissions for the same object then Business Central combines these Permission Sets and uses the least restrictive group of Permissions. As such if you apply a Permission Set with a Security Filter and another Permission Set without the filter on the same object, Business Central will use the one without the Security Filter as it is least restrictive.
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