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  • Users require "Customize Application" system permission to edit/create object
  • Profile has Modify all permission on that object

Has anyone see this before? Just toggling the customize application permission alone is enough to enable/disable their access to edit/create this object.

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  • What is the type of the object? Is it a custom setting or a standard sObject? – dsharrison Oct 14 '16 at 21:18
  • It is a sObject. – jaw999 Oct 17 '16 at 12:29
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The issue was a previous admin had added a field linking to an in development custom object to the page. Removing this field fixed the issue.

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Following permissions are enabled automatically when the Customize Application profile permission is enabled.

Customize Application (Permission):

Customize the organization using App Setup menu options.

Edit messages and custom links;

Modify standard picklist values;

Create, edit, and delete custom fields;

Create, edit, and delete page layouts (also requires the “Edit” permission for the object, for example, “Edit” on accounts);

Set field-level security;

Create, edit, and delete custom links;

Edit the Lead Settings;

Activate big deal alerts;

Create record types;

Set up Web-to-Case and email response rules;

Set up Web-to-Lead and email response rules;

Set up assignment and escalation rules;

Set up business hours;

Set up Email-to-Case or On-Demand Email-to-Case;

Edit Self-Service page layouts and portal color theme (also requires the “Manage Self-Service Portal” permission to set up and maintain Self-Service settings and delete your organization's Self-Closed Case Status value);

Set up and enable multilingual solutions;

Set up team selling;

Set up account teams;

Map custom lead fields;

Manage queues;

Create, edit, and delete workflow rules, tasks, field updates, outbound messages, and alerts;

Create, edit, and delete custom s-controls, custom objects, and custom tabs;

Rename tabs;

Manage custom apps and Service Cloud console apps;

Create and edit public calendars and resources;

Set up the console;

Enable, set up, and modify the Salesforce Customer Portal;

Set up and schedule analytic snapshots to run;

Create communities for ideas and answers;

Create Visualforce email templates

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  • There are no s controls on the edit/new page. The buttons haven't been redirected. The profile has modify all access to the object. Really it seems any profile lacking the customize application can't get to edit/create this object. – jaw999 Oct 17 '16 at 12:24
  • There are triggers on the object but they are after triggers - users cannot even open the edit/new screens :( – jaw999 Oct 17 '16 at 12:55
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It seems like you are trying to use Force.com license with a Standard CRM object that it shouldn't have access.

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You can clone a standard user profile but if you choose a "salesforce platform" license you will not be able to find the "customize application" permission.

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