Access Control provides remote Server security through the creation and configuration of role-based user permissions (profiles). A dedicated Admin Console view allows you to enable or disable users from having access to specific server functionality and provides an easy-to-use interface for managing users, roles, and passwords. Optional Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) authentication can also be configured to allow users to log in using their established network credentials.
As a system administrator, the ability to control and manage access to your remote Servers is key to server security. Managing who can access a server, and to what extent, is the basis of the Access Control functionality. For example, you may wish for individual users to have one or more of these security permissions:
- Install deployed Projects to remote Servers, start/stop resources, and launch Business Processes.
- Create and test Projects on a local test server, but not be able to install deployed Projects to a remote Server.
- Monitor production server activity, but with read-only permission.
- Add users, assign user roles, and manage passwords as part of overall access control.
This security control is available from the Admin Console's Access Control View.
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