ASF GitHub Bot commented on NIFI-4885:

Github user andrewmlim commented on the issue:

    After deleting a specific granular policy, the following message appears:
    Showing effective policy inherited from Process Group 
restricted-components. Override this policy.
    The text "restricted-components" in the message is hyperlinked.  If clicked 
you get a dialog that says:
    Unable to locate group with id 'restricted-components'.
    Unable to enter the selected group.

> More granular restricted component categories
> ---------------------------------------------
>                 Key: NIFI-4885
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NIFI-4885
>             Project: Apache NiFi
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Core Framework, Core UI
>            Reporter: Matt Gilman
>            Assignee: Matt Gilman
>            Priority: Major
> Update the Restricted annotation to support more granular categories. 
> Available categories will map to new access policies. Example categories and 
> their corresponding access policies may be
>  * read-filesystem (/restricted-components/read-filesystem)
>  * write-filesystem (/restricted-components/write-filesystem)
>  * code-execution (/restricted-components/code-execution)
>  * keytab-access (/restricted-components/keytab-access)
> The hierarchical nature of the access policies will support backward 
> compatibility with existing installations where the policy of 
> /restricted-components was used to enforce all subcategories. Any users with 
> /restricted-components permissions will be granted access to all 
> subcategories. In order to leverage the new granular categories, an 
> administrator will need to use NiFi to update their access policies (remove a 
> user from /restricted-components and place them into the desired subcategory)

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