Full Access Role

A process to deprecate the Full Access role has begun as of 2019.1 and will be permanently removed in 2021.1. This phased process is designed to allow time for accounts using this role to move toward more optimal role and permission management.

Use of the Full Access role is not considered a best practice. The Full Access role is being deprecated as a security enhancement. Currently, there are two nearly identical high-access roles that you can assign to users (Full Access and Administrator). The Full Access role is being deprecated because it has become a redundant role as the roles and permissions options have greatly expanded. Also, the Full Access role probably provides more access than most users require.

For the first phase of the deprecation process, the following changes have been made to the Full Access role as of 2019.1:

As of 2020.2, this role has been inactivated for all users. The Full Access role no longer appears in the list of roles available for users who had this role assigned.

Before your account is upgraded to 2021.1, make sure that any customizations in your account that are running under the Full Access role work under another role without causing any errors. You should also determine which users need the Full Access role for their job functions and consider the following:

Related Topics

NetSuite Roles Overview
The NetSuite Account Administrator
Separate Administration Permissions
Permissions Requiring Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)
Customizing or Creating NetSuite Roles
Changing Custom Roles
Inactivating Roles
Setting Default Forms for Roles
Restricting Accounts for Roles
Customizing the Customer Center Role
Retail Clerk Roles
Showing Role Permission Differences
Use Searches to Audit Roles and Permissions
Use Searches to Audit Roles
Use Searches to Audit Permissions By Employee
Setting Role-Based Preferences
Translating Custom Role Names
Mass Updating a Permission on Custom Roles
Mass Updating the Role Assigned to Customers
Standard Roles Permissions Table

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