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As an organization owner, you can set up your Atlas organization so that MongoDB Production Support Employees, including Technical Service Engineers, can only access your production servers with your explicit permission. If an issue that requires MongoDB Support arises and you want to grant 24-hour temporary infrastructure access to MongoDB Support, you can grant access at the database deployments level. Granting temporary access doesn't give MongoDB Support access to read your database, only the underlying infrastructure, which should exclude sensitive information. You can also revoke temporary infrastructure access at any time prior to the automatic 24-hour expiration.
Blocking infrastructure access from MongoDB Support may increase support issue response and resolution time and negatively impact your database deployment's availability.
You must be an organization owner to adjust this setting.
If an issue that requires MongoDB Support arises and you want to allow MongoDB support staff limited-time access to a database deployment within your organization, you can do so with the following procedure.
The procedure you follow to grant sync data access to MongoDB Support for 24 hours depends on whether your organization owner has enabled Block MongoDB Support Access to Atlas Infrastructure.
Select the tab applicable to your organization.
If you want to revoke access to a database deployment within your organization that has been granted 24-hour temporary infrastructure access, you can do so with the following procedure.
Temporary infrastructure access that is not revoked will automatically expire at the end of 24 hours. Atlas displays a timer indicating the amount of time left before 24-hour temporary infrastructure access expires.