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  1. RBA on the Folder level

    Currently Administrators have the ability to set Role Based Access to Collections but we do not have the ability to block access to specific folders. Currently in my environment we have many different departmental administrators who need to manage only their machines and their collections. each time we add collections we then need to grant them access. if the Role Based Administration gave the ability to grant access on the folder level it would reduce the complexity for area's that have a setup similar to mine.

    I have attached a screenshot of how my setup looks.

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    • Elevated Access - Delete Collections

      Full Administrators should have the ability to delete collections no matter what roles are assigned. Currently in our environment we have multiple roles that have access to various collections and once a collection is created it cannot be deleted unless it is removed from a large number of roles.

      Request to have the ability to delete with confirmation, this will remove the collection (if empty) no matter what assignments are set on it.

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