Configuring authorization profiles


This topic provides instructions on creating, editing, and deleting authorization profiles. To understand the concept of authorization profiles and how they can be useful, see Authentication and user authorization.

Before you begin

  • You must have access to the user groups and objects to include in the authorization profile. 
  • User groups must be available to select during the creation of the authorization profile. Because objects are not a required component, you can create an authorization profile without them, and specify the objects at a later time.

Creating an authorization profile

  1. On the Administration > Authorization Profiles page, click Create, and follow these steps:
  2. Specify a unique name for the new authorization profile.
  3. Specify the user groups:
    1. From the User Groups tab, click + Add
    2. Select the user groups to include, and click OK
  4. Specify the objects by doing one of the following: 
    1. To grant unrestricted access to all objects, select the Objects tab, and perform the following steps:
      1. Select Edit from the Associated Objects action menu. 
      2. In the Unrestricted Access for Types box, select one or more options and save the setting.
    2.  To grant access to specific objects, select the appropriate tab, click + Add to add the objects.
  5. Save the authorization profile. 

Editing an authorization profile

  1. On the Administration > Authorization Profiles page, do the following:
  2. From the authorization profile action menu, select Edit.
  3. To update the user groups, select Edit from the user group action menu. 
    1. To add user groups, click + Add, select the user groups to add, and click OK.
    2. To delete user groups, clear the check boxes for the user groups that you want to delete.
    3. Save the changes.
  4. To update the objects, select Edit from the objects action menu. 

    1. Select an object type to modify.
    2. Select Edit from the object action menu, and click +Add.
    3. Save the changes.

Deleting an authorization profile

On the Administration > Authorization Profiles page, do the following:

From the authorization profile action menu, select Delete.

Where to go from here

For configuring additional user access control, see PATROL Agent ACLs.



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