Hi @Willcutaflip ,
a reviewer in SCSM get's the permission to vote on behalf automatically. If you add a reviewer in a review activity in SCSM a relationship is created (
ReviewerIsUser ). Through this relationship the user gets the permission to update the relationships
So it doesn't matter if you are a member of the administrators or a "normal user" : If you are a reviewer in a review activity you are allowed to vote on behalf for this review activity.
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