(Managers) Use the Administration utility (last option in the app picker) to view and manage users and grant access to CloudView application. On the User Management tab you'll see the apps each user has access to. Access is role based.
You can also refer to the online help available in the Administration utility for detailed information.
In the Administration utility, go to Users > Role Management. This is where you create new roles and make changes to the permissions for existing roles. You can also quickly assign roles to users from here.
Don't see this tab? You need to have 1) full permissions and scope, or 2) a role with the "Access Role Management Section" permission enabled in the Administration utility.
You can configure two types of user roles:
-User with all privileges: We provide a predefined role named "CLOUDVIEW user". Assign the role to the required user and the user is granted full access in CloudView. Learn more
-User with Reader privileges: The user with Reader role can only view the data displayed in CloudView module. Click New Role. Give the role a name and description, and then select the modules and permissions to privileges be granted to a user when the role is assigned. Learn more
Select the role you want to assign and choose "Add To Users" from the Quick Actions menu. Then tell us which users should be assigned the role and click Save. You can remove roles from users in a similar way - just select the action Remove From Users.
Select any role in the list and choose Edit from the Quick Actions menu.
You can change the role name and description and edit the assigned permissions. Any changes you make to a role will apply to all users assigned that role.
Warning - Be careful when removing the UI access permission from a role. A user will not be able to log into the UI if they don't have at least one role with the UI access permission assigned.
When you're editing the permissions for a role, you'll notice that you can define application access, modules to be accessible, and permissions within the module for the users with the current role. Currently, you can configure two types of users. Depending on the permissions you assign to the role, you could categorize the users with all permissions or read only permissions.
Ensure that you have assigned CloudView module to be accessible for the users. Simply click the title of a group to expand its permissions. Then select the permissions you want to assign to the role.
- All privileges: User will have all the privileges in CloudView except creating and managing other users. Show me
- Reader privileges: User with Reader role can only view the data displayed in CloudView module. Show me
You can add or remove permissions from multiple roles in a single action. Select the roles you want to change and then select Add Permissions or Remove Permissions from the Quick Actions menu. Then tell us which permissions the action applies to and click Save.
Yes. Select the role and choose Delete from the Quick Actions menu. The role you delete will no longer be assigned to users. It is removed automatically from all users' accounts (that had it previously assigned) and those users will no longer have the permissions granted by the role.
Note: If you edit permissions for a pre-defined role or delete a pre-defined role, the user associated with the roles you edit can experience difference in access behavior.