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An Access defines the access type for an object, such as a Pool of users, links, or services to:

  • Pools of devices
  • User interface menus, pages, and buttons
  • HTTP endpoints, including REST



Configurable parameters for an Access Object:

  • Name: The name of the Access

  • Description: Additional documentation on the purpose of the Access

  • User Pools: One or more Pools defining the users for which this Access applies

Model Access

  • Model Pools: Zero or more Pools of application objects (ex: services, devices, links) for which to manage access.
  • Access Type: The level of access allowed to application objects defined in Model Pools (ex: Read, Edit, Run, Schedule, Configuration, Connect, Use as target). Not all access types apply to all object types, for example Run applies to a service but not a device.

User Interface Access

  • Sections: Provides access to the selected sidebar menu items.
  • Pages: Provides access to the selected application Web UI pages.
  • Upper Menu: Provides access to the selected buttons in the top menu bar.

Endpoint Access

Endpoints refer to both the public REST API and internal endpoints that implement specific pages or operations. Endpoints are controlled separately based on their HTTP request type:

  • GET Requests.
  • POST Reqests.
  • DELETE Requests.

These options provide more granular control than User Interface Access and control over which actions a user can take both inside the user interface and through the REST API. Even if a user can access a page within the user interface, they must also have Endpoint Access to preform the task.