Currently have a junior sysadmin that I have set to the “Execute” role. This works just fine for everything I need them to do except for creating schedules as the “Create New Schedule” button is missing for them. Is there a way I can create a custom role or grant an additional permission to the Executor role that allows for schedule creation?
Thanks, @adam. Alternatively, I think a good user experience would be to add a selection on the Run modal for scripts that say “Run Now” or “Schedule Run” with a date picker. Having to go to the Schedules screen and build out a date/time, schedule name, etc. if you want to run a script one-time a few hours from now is a bit cumbersome and unintuitive, in my opinion.
The above could be included as part of the built-in “Execute” permission that allows someone to run scripts. As it stands today, the only way anyone can schedule a script to run in the future (out of the box) is if I also give them the ability to edit the source code, delete the script, etc. with Operator