SCSM Add Implied Permission to Class

Yasser Sobhdel 41 Reputation points

I have dervied a new class from System.WorkItem called TaskClass. I need to provide the permission to everybody (EndUsers - NT Authenticated Users) to be able to create or update tasks.
We do not require any queue mechanism, we just need to have implied permission (just like Affected User implied permission).
I may enforce the access control in another layer.
How can I do that in Powershell or SCSM SDK?
I have asked similar question here but I am doubtfull about parameters.
Meanwhile I have read this, this and this articles but didn't manage to find my answer nor the MP bundle mentioned in the first post of @Anton Gritsenko

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  1. Anton Gritsenko 81 Reputation points

    First or all, let's deal with terms:
    * the Implied permissions are managed using the relationships, and that can't be change.
    * the Implicit permissions are managed against classes, relationships and properties and can be adjusted using SDK

    Now back to your question. Because your class delivered from the WorkItem, the implied permissions will work out of box. You can refer the list of such permissions here:
    The Affected User relationship is in the list, so it should work.

    If you want to provide access to other users, then you can use Implied permissions. Profile Editor mentioned in my blog post now published under Operaio brand, you can download it here: [Operaio - Free Software][]

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