This article provides steps to grant access to InsideView Refresh for a non-administrator in Salesforce CRM.
Note: By default, access to InsideView Refresh requires Salesforce CRM administrative privileges. For that reason, a Salesforce administrator has to use these steps to grant access to InsideView Refresh for a non-administrative user. This requires a modification to the standard profile (or an administrator must create a custom profile) in the Salesforce CRM.
You grant access to Non-Admin user to InsideView Refresh by modifying the custom profile account object permissions or using the permission sets to modify profile settings. You grant access in two different ways described below.
Modify the Custom Profile Settings to Grant Access
In Salesforce CRM, profiles define how users access objects and data and what they can do with the application. For more information about profiles, read Salesforce help documentation.
Note: A user with custom profile must have Salesforce license type for accessing InsideView Refresh.
Follow these steps to grant access to a user with a custom profile:
|1||Open Profiles page||Go to Setup > Manage Users> Profiles.
|2||Select a custom profile||On the Profiles page, select the standard user profile and click the Edit link.
|3||Modify the Object permissions||On the Standard User page, scroll down to the Object Permission region and select the Read, Write, Edit, View All and Modify All check boxes for the Accounts object.
|4||Set field-level security settings||For retriving successful matches, make the fields visible by following these steps:
Use Permission Sets to Grant Access
In Salesforce CRM, a permission set is a collection of settings and permissions that give users access to various tools and functions. The permission sets are also found in profiles, but permission sets extend users’ functional access without changing their profiles. For more information about permission sets, Salesforce Help documentation.
Follow these steps to grant access to InsideView Refresh using permission sets:
|1||Open Profiles page||Go to Setup > Manage Users> Permission Sets.
|2||Select a permission set||On the Permission Sets page, click the Permission Set link to edit .
|3||Select the Object Settings||On the Permission Set Overview page, click the Object Permissions link.
|4||Select the Account object||On the Object Settings page, click the Account link.
|5||Modify the Object Permissions||On the Object Permissions page, click Edit and select the Read, Write, Edit, View All and Modify All check boxes for the Account object.
|6||Set field-level security settings||For retriving successful matches, make the fields visible by following these steps:
Now, the standard user can access InsideView Refresh using his/her Salesforce CRM login credentials.