Control partner access per environment
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Business Central customers with multiple environments are often working with many partners to support each environment. With this feature, customer administrators can now easily and efficiently control partner access to environments. This feature simplifies partner management by allowing administrators to assign partner tenants to each environment.
In 2023 wave 2, we're introducing new environment settings in the Business Central admin center that enable internal administrators to control which environments delegated users and multitenant apps from partner tenants can access and administer. Internal administrators can specify the tenant IDs of partners that should be able to access each environment. Delegated users and multitenant apps accessing or administering the environment must belong to an allowlisted tenant. This feature is optional, and if no tenants are allowlisted for an environment, delegated users and multitenant apps will be able to access and administer the environment as they did before. This feature only affects the use of the admin center API by multitenant apps that have been authorized within the admin center.
Thank you for your ideas
Thank you for submitting these ideas:
- Splitting Admin role and User role of Delegated users
- BC Admin Center: restrict BC env. access per Group and/or User
We listened to your ideas, along with comments and votes, to help us decide what to add to our product roadmap.