Administrators, administrator groups, and capabilities

Security in general for Client Management is defined through a number of different objects and methods, such as authentication/authorization, encryption, privacy and audits. Security for the console in the Client Management is ensured via a number of different methods and objects, one of these are the administrators and administrator groups. Each of these has a capability list which dictates what an administrator can do. The Administrators and Administrator Groups nodes and their Capabilities and access rights definitions specify the access to the console in general, that is, who can interrogate or manipulate the database and its information.

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