When you specify user relations, you identify a user's relationship to your organization. Users can be internal, such as employees, or external, such as vendors, customers, or business relations. After you specify user relations, a user's information (such as employee ID or customer account ID) is automatically displayed in applicable fields on Enterprise Portal pages. Certain Enterprise Portal pages, for example Human Resources and Shop Floor Control, can only be viewed if a user is assigned a user relation.
Users must be listed in the form before you can specify user relations for them.
User relations do not enforce security in Enterprise Portal. Enterprise Portal security is enforced through user groups in Microsoft Dynamics AX and SharePoint groups. For more information, see Configuring Enterprise Portal security.
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On the tab, click the button. Complete the steps in the wizard.