As usual, when I develop a tool, it is in response to a need expressed by a customer or colleague. The need, this time, was to be able to identify which security roles allow users to perform a specific action. In more technical terms, how is it possible to retrieve security roles that implement a specific set of privileges.
Of, course, SQL queries can help. But when you are not a technical guy, you can’t use SQL. This is why I developed this new plugin, which is named… I don’t know! So, just read the following to see how this plugin works and help me to find its name before I release it publicly.
How it works
The plugin simply retrieves all available privileges and all security roles. The user can create a set of privileges with the privilege depth included (none, user, division, division and sub division and organization, or any depth). Then, he can display the list of security roles that match this privileges selection.
Please answer to this post and help me finding the right name for this tool! The winner wins a free license of… this free tool