- 18 Oct 2020
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Create Administrative Users, Groups, Roles
- Updated on 18 Oct 2020
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Details how a SecureCircle Server administrator may create another administrative user.
- Log in to the SecureCircle Server Administrative Web UI.
- Navigate to the Configuration→Administrators menu.
- Click the Create User button.
- Input the user's full name, email address, and password. If unsure which Group to select, select Super Admins. Leave status as Enabled.
The SecureCircle administrator hierarchy is:
- Administrators belong to Administrator Group
- Administrator Groups consist of an Administrator Role and a list of Circles.
- Administrator Role defines the permissions an administrator will have
Create and configure administrators for the SecureCircle server.
- User Name: a name used to identify admin
- Email: Admin user email address
- Group Name: Select an Administrator Group policy that will map to admin user
- Password: set initial password for the admin user
- Status: Enabled/Disabled.
- Change the Admin Group permissions for the user
- Change the status
- Changes the status of the user
- Remove the admin user. A configuration message will appear to confirm the action.
Administrator Groups to set a group policy that is applied to an admin
Create and configure Administrator Group Policies that are applied to admin users. Super Admin is a default group.
Super Admins: All permissions for all Circles
Circle Operators: Only have permissions to change Circle specific settings.
- Create Administrator
- GroupGroup Name: Assign a name to the Administrator Group policy
- Group Role:
- Circle Operator: Admin users which only have access to Circle permissions and configurations
- Super Admin: Admin users with full admin rights.
- Group Role: Change Group policy between Super Admin rights and Circle Operator rights.
- By default, the Administrator Group has access to All Circles. This can be changed by deselecting the All Circles checkbox. Using the pull-down menu or typing in a keyword, select all the Circles which apply to the Group.
Delete Group: Remove the Group policy. A configuration message will appear to confirm the action
Administrator Roles to create unique permission set(s) for various administrators
Create and configure roles with the appropriate permissions. A partial list of administrator permissions can be assigned to a role is shown here.