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

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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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reshmaroy

With introduction of RBAC, now along with precanned roles (Admin, Readonly, Readwrite, Guest operator). we can create custome roles as well.

 

Group Management is now possible for readwrite users. ReadWrite user can now move devices between group. 

 

Difference between ReadWrite and Admin :

Only Admin can perform below operations, Rest of the operations are now allowed for Readwrite users

  1. Add Devices
  2. Assign License
  3. Add Subscription Keys
  4. Add Users & Roles 
  5. API Gateway
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