You can now control access for users with the usage of groups. The groups help you to organize your connectors and to manage user access to them.
You can apply groups to connectors and form connector groups or segregate connectors using a specific group for a connector as well. Use groups to provide access or restrict access to users you create.
Let us see how to create connector groups and provide access to a particular connector for a user.
(1) Navigate to Configuration tab and then the Cloud Provider (AWS, Azure, or GCP) for which you would want to create connector groups.
If you have multiple accounts or multiple connectors, you can restrict access to a particular account or connector using groups.
(2) Choose the connector for which you want to configure access and click Assign Group from the quick action menu.
(3) Type a name for the group and click Create and then click Save. Show me
To assign the groups to a user, you need to associate the group with the user. Learn more
Note: By default, if no groups are assigned to a user, the user can access all connectors. To restrict access to all connectors, you need to create a group and not assign it to any connector but only to the user.
(1) Navigate to Configuration tab and then the Cloud Provider for which you would want to create connector groups.
(2) Choose any connector and click Assign Group from the quick action menu.
(3) Type a name for the group and click Create. DO NOT click Save but click Cancel. Show me
A group is created without assigning it to any connector. Assign this group to the users through Access Management tab. The user is restricted from accessing any account. Learn more
To grant access to a connector in this case, you simply need to assign another group associated with a connector.