Your company is building a new web application.
You plan to collect feedback from pilot users on the features being delivered.
All the pilot users have a corporate computer that has Google Chrome and the Microsoft Test & Feedback extension installed. The pilot users will test the application by using Chrome.
You need to identify which access levels are required to ensure that developers can request and gather feedback from the pilot users. The solution must use the principle of least privilege.
Which access levels in Azure DevOps should you identify? To answer, select the appropriate options in the answer area.
NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.
Box 1: Basic –
Assign Basic to users with a TFS CAL, with a Visual Studio Professional subscription, and to users for whom you are paying for Azure Boards & Repos in an organization.
Box 2: Stakeholder –
Assign Stakeholders to users with no license or subscriptions who need access to a limited set of features.
You assign users or groups of users to one of the following access levels:
Basic: provides access to most features
VS Enterprise: provides access to premium features
Stakeholders: provides partial access, can be assigned to unlimited users for free