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In a multi-companies environment, I created a superuser account which has access to all companies (allowed companies) and set Multi Companies (Usability) to On. When this superuser sign on, his access rights are only those to the user's company. All other companies are not visible in "Allowed companies". There is an exception. If the user's company is the highest level in the company's structure (only 2 levels).
Is that a bug?
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|Asked: 4/1/14, 3:10 PM|
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|Last updated: 3/16/15, 8:10 AM|