Amanda Watters - 5 months ago
Is there a query we can put into the Salesforce Inspector to create an Excel spreadsheet for this type of request? Our org is trying to do some clean up and we have users assigned to Permission Sets/Licenses/Managed Packages they shouldn't be. We're trying to create a report to show us which users are assigned so we can remove them and currently, the only way to do this is by stumbling upon this information when doing something else in a user's profile.
Jean-François Lenel - 6 months ago
If you have Omnistudio Licences (Vlocity) here is a wokarround without a single line of code:
Robin Trela - 6 months ago
Heloooo.... yoo hoo..... anyone from Salesforce???? Could you please say something? Thanks, your billion dollar user base. I can't build Permission Set Groups - because I have users assigned to Permission Set licenses that have expired and I have to write a developer query? C'mon. Sorry for the negativity, but this is the fourth "Idea" I have voted for that is almost a decade old.
Eileen Tse - 6 months ago
This functionality is sorely missing. If there are app exchange apps to do this, surely Salesforce can build in this functionality. It is a glaring gap in basic reporting functionality that admins need to manage user permissions. When can this get prioritized and put on a roadmap?
Boyd Petrie - 6 months ago
That is not an answer or a viable solution. This should be 100% on Salesforce to provide a way to do this. If we are able to report using SOQL, YOU should also be able to provide those reports. It should not be incumbent on us to work around your limitations. You are a multi-billion $ platform, and to shrug it off as "there are many challenges". Well, you get a LOT of money from customers, use that to provide a solution already.
Steve Gilbert - 6 months ago
I second the comment below of " I have spent several hours trying to figure out how to get this data and still no luck.". I have installed the app and have yet to find it useful. As part of a publicly traded company, we must provide permissions and data access report often. I am trying to build these and not having the ability to produce reports on this data via Salesforce is still unbelievable. If Salesforce could develop the means of producing reports on basic user setup data, it would give me and the rest of the admins struggling with this a ton of their hours back.
Gregory Kissee - 6 months ago
Seems rather strange that this functionality is not available after so many posts. I have spent several hours trying to figure out how to get this data and still no luck. Is SF specifically not wanting admins to be able to see this data? Needless to say, hard to recommend SF to others when basic functionality like this does not exist.