You can use access roles to indirectly change an attribute in a user's profile. For example, a company may not want to allow any user to directly change another user's title. That company can create an access role that changes a title when an administrator assigns the role to a user.
To indirectly change an attribute, you set the change actions for the access role. When an administrator assigns the role, the change action can make one or more changes to an attribute in the user's profile.
To use an access role to indirectly modify an attribute, do the following:
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