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What security role for creating tasks in sccm 2012

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I'm trying to limit what security roles someone has in sccm 2012.

They need to build packages and tasks sequences and be-able to create a collection and move systems into the collection.

I've given them application author, application deployment, application administrator, and still they cannot create task sequence or create collections and move system into it.

What roles to they need for these actions?

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Question by:rdefino
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 2000 total points
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don't  forget to add the objects that they can access/modify. Here is a spreadsheet of the permissions matrix

Operating System Deployment ManagerRBA-Security-Permissions-by-Role.xlsx
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