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1 User Permissions
There are several permission systems that restrict what an user could see or administrate.
The ACLs system controls which elements an user could see or administrate depending on the group they belong to.
- An user could have reading permissions on the alert templates of the Applications group and those of Administration on the Server group.
- You will be able to see and assign templates to both groups, but you only have the option to edit or delete the ones of the Server group.
To know more about the ACLs click on this link.
One tag is a label that you can assign to a module.
An user could have the ACLs in some specific group restricted by Tags. If so, only these ACLs will be applied to the modules that contains those Tags.
- An user could have reading or administration permission in the Server group restricted to the Systems Tag.
- It will only have these permissions on the modules, that even belonging to an agent of the Server groups, will have assigned the System Tag.
To know more about the tags click on this link.
1.3 Wizard Access Control
Users have assigned an access level regarding to the Metaconsole Wizard. This level could be Basic or Advanced.
Besides, the alert templates and the module components (local and network) will also have this access level.
220.127.116.11 Basic Access
The Basic access users will only could see in the Wizard the alerts that correspond to the alert templates with Basic level and the modules created from Basic level components.
18.104.22.168 Advanced Access
Users of Advanced access level will see in the Wizard the alerts and modules from both Basic and Advanced levels.
Besides the visibility, the access level affects also to the configuration of modules and their alerts.
In the section Operation (Monitoring Wizard) we will explain in detail the difference between the configuration of a Basic and an Advanced monitor.