When you get new users in Business Central, BC will automatically assign you the User Group automatically.
What if you want to change the default user group ?
There is no official way to do this, but there is a trick to do it in BC. The table responsible for it is Table 9007 – User Group Plan. BC assign the default user group based on the user license / plan (essential, premium,…
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