You have a branch policy in a project in Azure DevOps. The policy requires that code always builds successfully.
You need to ensure that a specific user can always merge changes to the master branch, even if the code fails to compile. The solution must use the principle of least privilege.
What should you do?
A. Add the user to the Build Administrators group.
B. Add the user to the Project Administrators group.
C. From the Security settings of the repository, modify the access control for the user.
D. From the Security settings of the branch, modify the access control for the user.
Correct Answer: D
In some cases, you need to bypass policy requirements so you can push changes to the branch directly or complete a pull request even if branch policies are not satisfied. For these situations, grant the desired permission from the previous list to a user or group. You can scope this permission to an entire project, a repo, or a single branch. Manage this permission along the with other Git permissions.