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Access Levels

Administrators have the ability to grant access to users whose accounts have been locally created on UX, and to users remotely authenticating.

The following table lists the different types of access roles and the functions they secure.

Access Role

Explanation

Administrator

Permission to manage (i.e. view/add/remove) the UX system through the User Interface

Operator

Permission to manage a subset of the functions granted to Administrators. See details below.

Audit

Permissions to audit the logs on the UX system

Read-only

Permission to only view the UX system through the User Interface

REST

Permission to manage (i.e. view/add/remove) the UX system through the UX API. Users with this access level will not be able to access the web interface.

Operator Role

Authenticated UX users with Operator access level have the ability to make non-service affecting changes to the UX. Below are some examples of service affecting functions:

  1. Installing ASM updates as it will reboot the ASM.
  2. Changing the active partition as it will reboot the UX system.
  3. Installing a new license as it could impact active calls.
  4. Changing the Active Directory configuration as it could impact remotely authenticated users
  5. etc...