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How a administrator user is different from read-write user in Aruba Central?

by ‎08-04-2015 05:51 PM - edited ‎08-04-2015 05:51 PM
Q:

How a administrator user is different from read-write user in Aruba Central?



A:

Aruba Central allows administrator to create multiple user of different access levels to help manage the system.  This access levels include:

  • read only
  • read/write
  • guest operator

NOTE: These access levels can be imposed on a specific "ap group" or a set of "ap groups" or all of them.

Therefore looking at the roles, many of the aruba central customers, had a question of how a administrator user is different from read-write user. 

Administrator is the only user who can move access points between groups. Read/Write user Do Not Have Permission to execute this action.

 

 

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