When i create a shared folder and give my technicians permissions they cant create new itens inside that folder.
It makes no sense since if I gave someone admin permission is because he has rights to create, change, delete any entries. I have like 100 customers and bought this tool so I can manage their infrastructure passwords.
How can we manage something like this that cant be changed even if you have them permission?
Imagine my team that has 5 technicians:
if one creates a shared folder and a password for a customer, how the other technicians can support this customer since they cant make any changes?
They will always have to ask the technician who created it to make any changes?
What if that technicians leave my company, will someone have to create a new folder so they can manage it again?
I thought about creating an account just to make shared folders, but I will have to pay for that and it will be a security breach since all my technicians are going to have to share this account, if someone messes up I cant tell who it was.
Aint the point of lastpass to be a centralized passwords management tool?
Make admin permissions full to create, delete, change and do whatever they want in a shared folder