Menu path: Menu bar > System > Administrator accounts
Permissions are managed via System > Administrator accounts. An administrator can grant himself and others rights, take away those rights and set up new accounts.
The following options are available here, split according to administrators or groups:
New: A new administrator or a new group will be created.
Import: A user will be imported from the AD/LDAP directory.
- Domain: Domain in which the AD/LDAP service runs
- User: Name of the user
- Password: Password of the user
Edit: Existing administrator or group settings can be edited.
Effective Rights: A list of all assigned rights for a specific administrator is shown.
Member of / Members: The assignment of memberships and groups is shown.
Change Password: Changes an administrator password.
Remove: Removes a highlighted administrator or a group.
Below, you will find a list of permissions that can be given to individual administrators or groups under System > Administrator accounts > New or Edit. Each permission has three possible states: not set, Allow or Deny.
The management of permissions can be performed: administrators and groups, as well as their rights, can be added and edited.
Administrator accounts permission should only be granted to users who are to have full access to all objects and actions in the UMS!
Firmware versions can be imported, exported, and removed from the database.
IGEL firmware licenses can be allocated to devices.
Logging (events and messages)
The event and message log may be viewed if Logging is enabled.
WebDAV access (ums-filetransfer)
The user is authorized to add, modify, and delete files in the directory
Scan for devices
The network can be scanned for devices, for example if they are to be registered on the UMS Server.
The UMS Server cache can be viewed, updated, and deleted.
Host Assignment (Jobs)
Scheduled jobs can be assigned to various hosts.
Public Holidays Management
Public holidays can be defined in order to plan jobs.
The SQL Console may be run. Warning: The SQL Console can cause considerable damage to the database.
Save support information
Database and server log files can be exported for support purposes.