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    287 comments  ·  Microsoft Planner - Feedback Forum » General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminAdmin commented  · 

    I still believe that asynchronous communications (this feedback forum) is an oxymoron but can someone from Microsoft (WITH AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY IN THE PLANNER BUSINESS UNIT) respond to this gap? Just need to find out if this fix is coming soon or you've got other priorities. Please respond asap.

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    Still dumbfounded that we need to vote for this capability. Everyone in the organization can't have admin-like authority. We should not have to ask for RBAC in SaaS in any collaborative enterprise-grade business environment.

    Here's a scary question - do current MS Planner admins/users know about this 'feature'?

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    AdminAdmin commented  · 

    Hello Everyone, I'm relatively new to MS Planner (Jan 2018) and I see that everyone is just as shocked as I am that MS did not bake RBAC 'inside' Planner while it was in the oven. That said, I now see where if you are part of a "Plan", you can view AND DELETE tasks that you were not even invited. I am truly dumbfounded. Can someone tell me if I have a setting set incorrectly or have mis-configured something (I am the Admin). My President and BoD are telling me to find a Project/Task Manager Solution by the end of January... no excuses. Is everyone on this thread still using MS Planner or have your found an adequate alternative? I'd be grateful for feedback. I really like Planner but the BoD won't accept these security gaps with our mission critical projects.
    Thanks.

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    133 comments  ·  Microsoft Planner - Feedback Forum » Boards  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminAdmin commented  · 

    Since anyone in my O365 organization can delete any plan or task in the organization, can you enable 'copy plan' just you have 'copy task'...that way we can back up plans periodically to prevent accidental (or deliberate) deletions. a poor-man's RBAC if you will.

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    26 comments  ·  Microsoft Planner - Feedback Forum  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminAdmin commented  · 

    Hello Everyone,

    I’m a new admin on O365 for my employer and I am dumbfounded not only that this product (Planner) was created without these protections ‘built in’ but also (1) MS doesn’t deem this critical enough to fix this from (at least) 5 months ago; and (2) this issue has only garnered 17 votes to request that MS eradicate. Does this mean that (1) people have chosen another solution or (2) people are ok working in an environment with this (huge) risk everyday?

    Any insight would be appreciated.

    P.S. to you veteran O365 Admins, as a rookie, can I expected these types of risks and lack of response from MS with their other O365 Apps?

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