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Can I give a role permission to edit someone's work allocation if the only have a JazzUser account?

Kim Williams (5632) | asked Jun 14 '17, 10:34 a.m.

Our company only allows a very few people to have Jazz Project Admin /Jazz Admin repository permissions so that we can restrict who can modify process templates.  Our scrum masters and project managers have Jazz User repository permissions.  They have a need to be able to change a team member's work allocation when doing sprint planning. Is there a way to give them this permission with only the Jazz User repository permissions?

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Paul George (514) | answered Jun 14 '17, 10:44 a.m.

 If you want to lock down some parts of the process, such as work items, attributes, editor presentations, and workflows, you can use a Master project area with those things set to 'Final' and point the working project area at it. That will block Project admins from changing them.

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Kim Williams commented Jun 14 '17, 10:56 a.m.

Thanks for this information.  I will see if it will work as this maysolve another issue I have because those same people need to be able to create work item templates.

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