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About RaduB

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  1. @exile360 thanks for your reply! I have created a separate policy that is only apply to a group that the user is administrator of. I then created an exclusion tied to that policy. The user (Admin) can see it, but not edit it or create new exclusions.
  2. Hi, We have a model where we allow users to be admins for their own endpoints if they wish. For each user who requests this, I create a separate group and assign their endpoints to that group. I then make the user an Admin and assign them the respective group. Unfortunately, it seems that Admin cannot edit whitelists, which would be the primary use case in this model. I created a separate policy (which is not global), but still Admins cannot edit the whitelist associated to it. Am I doing something wrong or is this a known limitation? I have attached
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