Here’s the configuration:
Single Cloud Orchestrator Installation
2 folders: Test and Production
Is it possible to give wide read/write/delete access in test, but only read only access in production?
Have it configured where users have the access they need in test, but no visibility to production. Can we add read access to production folder without users inheriting all of the access they have in test folder?
(Want developers to be able to do whatever they need to do in the Test folder, but want to limit their production access.)
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Answering my own question. The solution here is to create separate instances of Orchestrator from the Automation Cloud home page. Click Manage, then add a separate orchestrator service. Access can then be setup differently per instance.
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