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Add another option to the Workflow Stage Property Access Control that would go one step future than the "Read" option, which would prevent unassigned Users from editing relationships between Objects.
In the current version of the OpenPages Workflow Stage Property Access Control, the "Read" (non-participants can view but not edit a task at this stage) works in only allow Assignees to edit the record. Non-Assignees do have read-only for fields on the record, but the non-assignees are still able to edit associations between the record and other Objects. The request is to have an additional option implemented that would work like the current Read option but would also prevent non-assignees from editing relationships. Only the Assignees could have the ability to edit the filed of the record and the link between the record and other Objects.
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