About accessing OpsCenter views

Article:HOWTO42867  |  Created: 2011-03-06  |  Updated: 2011-03-06  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO42867
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About accessing OpsCenter views

While creating an OpsCenter view, you can specify the access rights for that view. A view can either be public or private.

See Creating OpsCenter views.

Table: Default access levels lists the default access levels for specific OpsCenter or JVB roles.

Table: Default access levels

JVB Role

OpsCenter Role

Public Views

Private Views (created by another user)

admin

Security Administrator

RW

RW

Administrator

RW

RW

Operator

RW

RW

Read-only admin

Analyst

RW

R

User

Reporter

RW

P

Note:

In this table, RW stands for Read and Write permission, R stands for Read permission, and P stands for Needs Permission.

A public view can be accessed by all OpsCenter users. Similarly, any OpsCenter user like Reporter or Analyst who creates a private view, gets all read and write permissions to access the specific view. This table lists default access levels for private views created by other users.

An Analyst can by default read private views that are created by other users. If an Analyst wants to modify a private view created by another user, he needs the appropriate permission from the view owner or admin.

Similarly, a Reporter cannot access private views created by other users. If a Reporter wants to access a private view created by another user, he needs the appropriate permission from the view owner or admin.


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