Copy User permission capacbilities from NA to NNMi

Idea ID 2845870

Copy User permission capacbilities from NA to NNMi

Hi,

 

We are using NA and NNMi and It'll be very usefull if NNMi can have the same capabilities to manage User's permission. 

NA is very complete unlike NNMi which is really limited. In MSP context, I would like to give some users more complete specific rights than others. 

 

Regards 

4 Comments
Fleet Admiral Fleet Admiral
Fleet Admiral

Thought I saw something that this was going to be done with CDF, but yes, would really be nice if it happened sooner and for Classic NNMi.  

Commander Commander
Commander

I don't think that the IDM in CDF could give more right for specific users. 

In my case, I have some Network Engineer who ask to be able to manage device like add / Delete but limited to our tenant. 

it's an example but, I think, if we can have right management more flexible it should be great.

Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert
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Cadet 3rd Class
Cadet 3rd Class

Yes. This is one of the Major drawback from NNMi as a product. If the flexibility provided as like NA, it would be great to use.

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