When you buy Partner Community licenses, the Partner User profile is automatically created in your org. The Partner User profile can’t be modified, but you can clone it or create permission sets to specify what partner users can do.
C. Partner user can own account and opportunity records in Salesforce.
D. The sharing model should be re-evaluated when the partner community in enabled.
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Answered Feb 07, 2019
The correct answer to this question is B.
After you create a partner account, add users to the account as contact records and then convert them to partner users. Partner users are Salesforce users with access to CRM objects such as opportunities, leads, and campaigns. Partner users can access Salesforce data when they’re invited to a community. The partner user role is a subordinate of the account owner's role.
All data for the partner user role rolls up to the partner account owner's role. Keep in mind that if you disable a partner user, their partner user role becomes obsolete and their data no longer rolls up to the partner account role.
Partner users are associated with the same set of profiles as internal users
The sharing model should be re-evaluated when the partner community in enabled.
Partners cannot own accounts despite being able to create opportunities and accounts.
Once orders are enabled, standard profiles automatically include all object permissions for orders, as well as read access for products and price books. If your external users are assigned to a standard profile and these object permissions aren’t appropriate for them, consider creating custom profiles that don’t include these object permissions.