Role Master

Roles define special access privileges.

For example, View payroll could be a role that you define and then assign only to HR users.

Go to Administrator dashboard -> Users -> “Role Master”

The cidaas provides two types of roles:

1 . System Roles.

2 . User Defined Roles.

System Roles

cidaas provide three default roles for your business application such as (ADMINISTRATOR, SECONDARY_ADMINISTRATOR, USER). By default, all registered users come under the USER role and SECONDARY_ADMIN get all the access rights as that of Super Administrator.

Here you can find the list of user roles provided by cidaas system and its usage.

APP_READ :
An user with this role can view apps related information.

APP_CREATE :
An user with this role can create and update apps related information.

APP_DELETE :
An user with this role can delete apps.

USER :
Default Role, which will get every new user. This user does not have access to the admin UI.

USER_READ :
An user with this role can view users related information.

USER_CREATE :
An user with this role can create and update users related information.

USER_DELETE :
An user with this role can delete another user.

USER_INVITE :
An user with this role can Allow user to invite another user.

USER_INVITE_READ :
An user with this role can see all invited users.

SETTINGS_READ :
An user with this role can view the all settings.

SETTINGS_CREATE :
An user with this role can create and update the all settings related information.

SETTINGS_RESET :
An user with this role can control all master settings.

SMS_ADMIN :
An user with this role can manage all custom SMS providers.

IVR_ADMIN :
An user with this role can manage all custom IVR providers.

EMAIL_ADMIN :
An user with this role can manage all Email providers.

COMMUNICATION_ADMIN :
An user with this role can manage all providers.(i.e. Email, IVR, SMS, PUSH)

MFA_READ :
An user with this role can view the multi-factor settings.

MFA_CREATE :
An user with this role can create new mfa option.

MFA_ACTIVATE :
An user with this role can activate an existing mfa option.

MFA_VIEW_USERS :
An user with this role can see users who have configured a particular multi-factor option.

GROUP_ADMIN :
An user with this role can manage groups.

GROUP_CREATE :
An user with this role can create and update groups.

GROUP_DELETE :
An user with this role can delete groups.

GROUP_READ :
An user with this role can view groups related information.

The search button in the action column takes you to the user search page, showing the list of users with the specific role.

User Defined Roles

The built-in set of user roles is simple to use and easy to manage, but if it does not provide you with the desired set of fine-grained permissions, you can also create your own user-defined user roles to satisfy your special requirements.

The role entered must be a character string. The usage count column shows the number of users in the system with the specific role.

1 . Enter role name to add,

2 . Click “Add Role” button, a message window popup, as in the below screen,

3 . Click “OK” button, the added role gets displayed under “User Defined Roles”,

4 . To Delete created role, click on delete icon.

5 . Confirm “YES” button to delete role, a message window popup, as in the below screen,

6 . Click “OK” button it redirects to role master screen.

7 . To find users based on their roles, click on Icon , it redirects to User Search screen.

There are two ways to assign roles to users:

1. Once a role is created, it can be used while creating users' under Create User section.

2. The created custom roles can be assigned to Group Types. Users can be assigned to groups (in the create user section), and they automatically assume the role assigned to the group type.




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