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Allow Groups within Groups within User Manager

Allow Groups within Groups within User Manager

Currently there is a limit of eight users that can be allocated to a package/Model .

This means it's really difficult to maintain and control the users lists especially if Public Read/Write have been turned off. This can be worked around by using groups BUT even this has the eight person/group limit.

One way to address this is to allow and correctly implement groups within groups eg

Have a ReadOnly  and a Write group. To allow everyone in those groups to access a Model: create an AllUser group which contains the ReadOnly and Write groups. Then set AllUser to have read access on the top level of the model.

Note: It is actually possible to do this BUT the ReadOnly and Write groups end up appearing twice in the dropdowns within PTC Integrity Modeller which is incorrect and confusing.

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olivierlp
Community Manager
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