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Role-Based Access Control

Privacy Manager uses role privileges to control user access to various functions.

To grant a user access to the GAX menu and Privacy Manager Plug-in for GAX, assign the following privileges to the users in GAX:

  • COM/Access Configmanager—Allows user to access Configuration Manager in GAX.
  • gax-privacy-manager/Privacy Manager Plug-in for GAX Access—Allows user to access Privacy Manager.

In Privacy Manager 8.5.3, you can also assign the following gax-privacy-manager role privileges to users:

  • Import/Export Access—Allows user to access the import and export buttons.
  • Regex Access Create—Allows user to create RegEx rules.
  • Regex Access Delete—Allows user to delete RegEx rules.
  • Regex Access Edit—Allows user to edit RegEx rules.
  • Regex Access—Allows user to access the RegEx tab.
  • Rule Access Create—Allows user to create chat and email rules.
  • Rule Access Delete—Allows user to delete chat and email rules.
  • Rule Access Edit—Allows user to edit chat and email rules.

You might need a combination of role privileges to accomplish certain tasks. See the tables below for examples.

Import and Export

Task Required role privileges
Export
  • Import/Export Access
  • Regex Access
Import
  • Import/Export Access
  • Rule Access Create
  • Regex Access
  • Regex Access Create

Test rules with ability to create new tests

Task Required role privileges
Test new chat/email rule
  • Rule Access Create
  • Regex Access
  • At least one of the following:
    • Regex Access Create
    • Regex Access Edit
Test existing chat/email rule
  • Rule Access Edit
  • Regex Access
  • At least one of the following:
    • Regex Access Create
    • Regex Access Edit
Test new RegEx rule
  • Regex Access
  • Regex Access Create
Test existing RegEx rule
  • Regex Access
  • Regex Access Edit

Test chat/email rules without ability to create new tests

Task Required role privileges
Test new chat/email rule Rule Access Create
Test existing chat/email rule Rule Access Edit

Initialize a UCS database

You must initialize a UCS database if it has not been previously used with Privacy Manager. If the UCS database has not been initialized, Privacy Manager displays a warning message:

ES Admin PM853 Initialize.png

You can initialize the database by clicking Initialize. However, to access the Initialize button, you must have the following role privileges:

  • Rule Access Create
  • Regex Access
  • Regex Access Create

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This page was last modified on October 17, 2018, at 10:45.