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It appears as though you cannot call a custom command, from within a custom command. is this correct? if so, that is rather limiting as there are many tasks that can share common needs. For instance, all of our teachers need access to a set number of groups and printers, but other user types also need access to the same printers but different network shares. So it would be nice to have a custom rule called 'Printer access for bldg1' and use it in other custom commands. :mrgreen:

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Hello Bradley,

Yes, it is possible to execute a Custom Command in another command. You need to use the Execute a Custom Command action. In Action Parameters, you will be able to select only the Custom Commands configured for the same object type (e.g. user) the current command is configured for.

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