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How to get data permissions from Sharepoint and Confluence to Unity Catalog for RAG LLM chatbot

beautrincia
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We're implementing a chatbot where documents in SharePoint and pages in Confluence augment the results. We want to adhere to existing RBAC policies in these data sources so that the chatbot doesn't produce results that someone should not see. Are you re-creating access policies in Unity Catalog or is there a good tool for bringing those policies from Sharepoint and Confluence?

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Kaniz_Fatma
Community Manager
Community Manager

Hi @beautrinciaThis article explains how to control access to data and other objects in the Unity Catalog. To learn about how this model differs from access control in the Hive metastore, see Work with Unity Catalog and the legacy Hive metastore.

Rishabh_Tiwari
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