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How get a list of users authorized to work on specific project via command line
Often customer ask me for a list of users allowed to work on a specific project. I can't find a way to do this via command line , and the only way I founded is to open graphically the administrator , select that project and take a screenshot of the users permission page. Since this is a long and tedious job as well as not appreciated by the customer, I wish to obtain this type of list via command line.
I also opened case TS003761845 for this issue, wich last update was "unfortunately we do not have any utilities which provide what the customer requires to the project level"
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