Web Edition (x86), Web Edition (x64), Standard (x86-32bit), Standard (x64-64bit), Itanium, Enterprise (x86-32bit), Enterprise (x64-64bit), DataCenter (x86-32bit), DataCenter (x64-64bit)
Server SP4, Professional SP4, Advanced Server SP4
Pro 5.1 SP2, Home 5.1 SP2
Windows Small Business Server
Ultimate (x86) 6.0.6000, Ultimate (x64) 6.0.6000, Home Premium (x86) 6.0.6000, Home Premium (x64) 6.0.6000, Home Basic (x86) 6.0.6000, Home Basic (x64) 6.0.6000, Enterprise 6.0.6000, Business (x86) 6.0.6000, Business (x64) 6.0.6000
Windows Server 2003
Web Server, Web Edition SP2, Web Edition SP1, Storage Server SP2, Storage Server SP1, Storage Server, Standard Server(x64), Standard Server SP2 (x64), Standard Server SP2, Standard Server SP1 (x64), Standard Server SP1, Standard Server, Enterprise SP2(x64), Enterprise SP2, Enterprise SP1(x64), Enterprise SP1(IA64), Enterprise ServerSP1, Enterprise Server, Enterprise (x64), Enterprise (IA64), Datacenter SP2(x64), DataCenter SP2, DataCenter SP1(x64), DataCenter SP1(IA64), DataCenter SP1, DataCenter (x64), DataCenter (IA64), DataCenter
Windows Small Business Server 2003
Standard Edition SP2, Standard Edition SP1, Standard Edition R2, Standard Edition, Premium Edition SP1, Premium Edition
Backup Exec System Recovery Manager includes ten pre-existing roles with various levels of privileges. You can assign users to one of these roles to specify the level of interaction they can have when they log on to the console.
When you assign different roles to console users it provides a more granular method for an administrator to permit or block features and functionality in the product, all based on a user's responsibilities.
You must have System Admin privileges to assign roles to users.
The following table describes the user account roles and privileges.
Table: User account roles and privileges
This role gives the user full access to all features and functionality in Backup Exec System Recovery Manager.
Any user that is assigned to the System Admin role can delete other users including those who are also assigned the System Admin role. However, you cannot delete currently logged on users until they log off.
You can change the name of any user including the currently logged on user.
You can assign multiple user accounts using System Admin privileges. You can manage the accounts for each instance of the Backup Exec System Recovery Manager console.
This role allows the user to view information about various aspects of managed computers. Users have no write access to the server, database, or clients, so they cannot make any configuration changes.
Users can view the following:
Home, Manage, Reports, and Shortcuts pages
Properties of any job, computer, computer group, or backup location
Any pending jobs
Export data in tables
This role allows the user to run the tasks that affect managed computers. Users have no ability to configure backup jobs, computers, groups of computers, or backup locations.
In addition to read-only privileges, this role also allows the user to do the following:
Access the Monitor page
Run jobs now
Remove jobs from computers
Disable or enable jobs
Request updated client information for computers or groups
Process pending jobs for computers or groups
Add licenses to computers
This role does not allow users to log on to the console. They can, however, log on to the Backup Exec System Recovery Download Center Web page to download any Easy Installers.
This role uses download as the default user name and password. You should change the default user name and password before you assign this role to any Easy Installers.