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    CMIS permissions

    I've been asked to check the permissions of CMIS to check certain staff do not have access to Salaries. Only one member of staff + the head needs access to salaries. Where can I go about checking out permissions of the users?

    Is it under winprofiles? Dont really want to ask the staff to login so I can check each account as they may not know that they have access at the moment (if at all they do).

    Thanks in advance.

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    Hi Jonathon,

    Your best bet will be to search for the SWF census documentation on Serco firstline - Facility Support. All of the required user function restrictions are detailed within this manual to prevent access from the salaries tabs/data being extracted in reports.

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