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SM9.4 Security Role and managing login

With SM9.4 using security roles - is there the ability to give a login operator basic system access without using licenses into all the modules?

Almost like a guest access so a customer could use this for things like verifying their data or modifying their notification methods or managing their approval groups.  Things that could be configured in ESS but are not available in SRC or Propel but using the Full Service manager license is too expensive.

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Re: SM9.4 Security Role and managing login

Greetings.

You can access to the Capability words in the Startup tab of the operators settings where you can assign the modules you want the user to have access to, or with the User Role in the General tab. Both options are not affected by the license, but keep in mind that you are allowing to the user to modify the information of the modules. Refer to the following link of the Help Server for Capability words:

http://helpserver.chn.hp.com/SM9.40_pd/#applicationsetup/reference/list_capability_words.htm?Highlight=capability words

I hope this works for you.

Regards,

Jhonny Castro Montero
SW Support Technical Consultant
San Jose, Costa Rica
hpe.com
Hewlett Packard Enterprise

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Re: SM9.4 Security Role and managing login

Hello ciwanowski,

As far as I understand, only ESS accounts do not consume license.

Any other users who access default modules, would consmue a floating or naming license.

If you uncheck the "Self Service Access only" checkbox of an ESS user, then login SM with that particular user via web or windows client, it could occupy 1 floating license.

 

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