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Shobha JamesShobha James 

Profiles and Permissions

Please help me on this...

Assume a company needs a user whose job is to solely review existing accounts and report on them, but does not require the ability to edit the records. They should only see records from the Account object. Create the correct profile for this user.The profile must be named 'Account Reviewer'.
The 'Account Reviewer' profile should use the 'Salesforce' user license type.
Any user assigned to the 'Account Reviewer' profile should only have read access to the Account object (and no access to any other object in the Org).
Asha KAsha K
Ther is one Standard profile called Read only Profile . Clone that profile and name it as "Account Reviewer" go to  object settings remove read permission for all objects except Account object.
Shobha JamesShobha James
Thanks a lot for your reply...Should we always use the ReadOnly profile for creating (clone) new profile?how do we know which profile we should clone to create new profile ?Can we use any standard profile?
Shobha JamesShobha James
Hi Asha ,
Could you please help me on this.. i am little confused...
Two team members need to view and update Accounts, but only one should be able to see and edit the Rating field. Create one profile and one permission set with field level security to solve for this use case.The profile must be named 'Basic Account User' and result in an API name of 'Basic_Account_User'. It should use the 'Salesforce' user license type.
The permission set must be named ‘Account Rating’ and result in an API name of 'Account_Rating'.Check Challenge