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How to change what an administrator can view or modify (admin type and access control)
How to change what an administrator can view or modify (admin type and access control)
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Written by Arick Disilva
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Access Control for Administrator Users

Teramind comes with several built-in administrator accounts such as Administrator, Infrastructure Administrator, Operations Administrator, etc. This article, How to change a user’s account access level / role permission describes how to change an admin type and what each type of account level entitled to.

Access Control for Other Users

On Teramind, you can also create Access Control Policies that applies to other non-admin users. This way, you can give a regular employee such as a supervisor or department manager some privileges so that they can view/access/edit information of other users in their team.

You can create access control policies from the CONFIGURE > Access control menu:

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  1. Create a new access control policy (or edit an existing one).

  2. Give it a name, select the privileged users (for example, regular Employees, Department Managers) the policy will apply to. Note that, you cannot add any admins in this field. However, you can add an admin in the target users list.

  3. Select the target users the the privileged user will have access to.

  4. Select the Play/View/Edit items the privileged user will be able to Play/View/Edit/Access.

Check out the Configure > Access Control Policies section on the Teramind User Guide to learn more about access control.

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