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I am unable to get the Annotate function working for a non-SuperUser.
Annotation button for SuperUser

My test user sees this (note missing Annotation option):
No Annotation option

And has a group with these policies:
Security rights for test group

Things I've tried:

  • Enabling all rights on M.Asset.
  • Enabling full CRUD on M.File and M.Annotation.
  • Giving Read to all Annotate related portal pages.
  • Adding ANY access for all the "builtin" groups.
  • Cleared all caches.
  • Restarted the sandbox.

Version 3.4.6.

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You need to set the rule for both entity definitions M.Asset and M.File, and then you have to select ReadAnnotations and CreateAnnotations permissions.

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Your portal pages rule is fine, but remove the rules you did for M.Annotations, M.File, M.Asset and use the the rule I detailed. That should give your user annotation read/write permission.

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  • Confirmed! i.imgur.com/Cd9LvI4.jpg Jun 9, 2022 at 18:40
  • Note that in addition to the rights in my screenshot, and the one's Eric shared, I also needed to add M.Builtin.ContentAdministrator. When I've had a chance to pin down the minimal set of rights to get this to work, I'll post a second answer. Jun 9, 2022 at 19:17

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