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Node Group visibility for L1,L2 operators

Hi Experts ,

                       I use NNM 9.20 .

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The 2 node groups shouldn't have been removed from the Group filter Drop-down menu as soon as the operators are able to see nodes in these node groups, as it appear to be the case.

I would suggest to double-check the "Object Access role" used when configuring the User Group - Security Group mapping for each of these  User Groups.

This is because there are different kind of security enforcement (Topology, Incidents, Maps and Path, Actions ...) and the Access Rules can vary according to the Object Access Role depending on the type of enforcement.


Here if the level1 and level2 operators are able to view the Nodes in the Inventory but not the Groups in the Group filter Drop-down  menu, it is not a question of Topology enforcement.


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Hi ,

        Even in Topology map also that 2 node groups not visible for L2 .My question is simpel , if L2 can see all nodes under Inventory-Nodes why cant he see them node-group wise ? I have attached the doc which will expalin what is the issue .

        Its better for L2 users to search nodes by node-group wise .Now only admin can see by node-group wise .

       Plz suggest .






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