Check out the frequently asked questions below if you still have questions about the Secure and Govern Permission Browser.
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Can I entirely remove the permission of a user to a folder?
Yes, you can completely remove access of a user to a folder. Please read the article about Managing Permissions - Egnyte Sources, which outlines the steps to accomplish it.
Can non-Admins or users not having Owner permissions change permissions on a folder?
It is possible for Secure & Govern users to edit permissions despite not being an admin or not having Owner permission. The user needs to be assigned the proper role entitlements. For more information, please read article about RBAC Fine-grained Role Entitlements
Can Egnyte non-Admins have access to Permissions Browser?
Yes, non-Admins can access the permission browser if they are assigned the proper role entitlements. What a user can see and do, within the permission browser, will be determined by the role entitlements assigned to a user. For example, a user could be able to see all folders, but not change permissions in the folders. For more information, please read article about RBAC Fine-grained Role Entitlements
Can Egnyte Admins view and change permissions on all folders?
By default, all Egnyte Admins have the role entitlement “Can see and manage", enabling them to view and change all folders. Please read the article about Managing Permissions - Egnyte Sources, which outlines the steps to accomplish permission changes.
Can I restrict some of my Egnyte Admins from changing permissions on all folders?
Yes, create a new role with the proper "see" entitlements, but give this new role the ability to "manage" permissions. Once the role is created, assign it to the Admins for whom you wish to apply such restrictions. For more information, please read article about RBAC Fine-grained Role Entitlements
Can I tell permission inheritance is broken within a folder tree?
Yes, when viewing permissions from the “Folder View,” broken inheritance is indicated by