If you assigned permissions in an older version of QuickBooksQuickBooks Pro or QuickBooks Premier, those
permissions will be preserved when you upgrade. Your users will have the same
access rights they had prior to the upgrade.
After the transfer, a custom role will be created for each user. For
example, let's say David had the "Sales and Accounts Receivable"
permission in an older version of QuickBooksQuickBooks Premier. Now, David will be assigned a
role called "David's role," and it will contain the same access
to areas and activities that David had in the old "Sales and Accounts
Note:If you are upgrading from QuickBooks Multicurrency or QuickBooks 2007 or earlier, permissions have changed for QuickBooks, please check the permissions assigned to your users to ensure they still have the correct privileges. Go to the Company menu, click Users, and then click Set Up Users and Roles.
Users aren't specifically assigned access to sales tax in QuickBooks Pro or QuickBooks Premier.
This means sales tax permissions can't be directly transferred into &qb_enterprise_solutions;.
Instead, &qb_enterprise_solutions; assigns sales tax permissions based on the areas users were assigned access to
in QuickBooks Pro or QuickBooks Premier. These areas include: "Sales and Accounts Receivable",
"Purchases and Accounts Payable", "Checking" and Credit Cards", "Sensitive Accounting Activities",
"Sensitive Financial Reporting", "Inventory", "Time Tracking", "Payroll and Employees"
and "Changing or Deleting Transactions".
It is recommended that you view a permissions report
to determine if your users have the correct sales tax permissions. If you want to change a role's permissions,
modify the role.