If you have Admin permission for Endpoint Protection, you can edit the following permissions for other Management Portal users:
- Site access — Change the level of access between Basic and Admin levels for the SecureAnywhere website, the Home panel of my.secureanywhere.com and the Management Portal of Endpoint Protection.
- Groups — Specify whether the user can create and modify groups of endpoints, deactivate or reactivate endpoints, or assign endpoints to groups.
- Policies — Specify whether the user can create and modify policies or assign policies to endpoints.
- Overrides — Specify whether the user can make overrides to files, designating them as good or bad.
- Commands — Specify what types of commands the user can issue to the endpoints.
- Alerts — Allow this user to create and edit warning messages.
To set portal user permissions:
- Click the Down arrow next to your login ID, then select Manage Users.
- Locate the row for the user you want to edit, then click that user's Edit icon.
The Edit icon displays at the far right.
The User Details panel displays.
- Click the Access & Permissions tab to see the list of Endpoint Protection functions and their associated access permissions.
Assign access permissions for this user, as described in the following table.
- Create & Edit — Define and modify groups of endpoints.
- Deactivate/Reactivate Endpoints — Deactivate and reactivate endpoints from the Management Portal. For more information, see Deactivating Endpoints.
- Assign Endpoints to Groups — Allows the portal user to move one or more endpoints from one group to another.
For more information, see Organizing Endpoints Into Groups.
- Create & Edit — Define, delete, rename, copy, and export policies.
- Assign Policies to Endpoints — Associate a policy with an endpoint or group of endpoints.
For more information, see Implementing Policies.
- MD5 — Override how a file is detected by entering the MD5 value of a file. MD5 (Message-Digest algorithm 5) is a cryptographic hash function that acts like a fingerprint to uniquely identify a file.
- Determination Capability— Specify overrides based on these settings:
- Good — Allow files containing the specified MD5 value.
- Bad — Block files containing the specified MD5 value. When a scan encounters this file, it flags it and requests action from the SecureAnywhere user.
- Good & Bad — Allow either Good or Bad.
For more information, see Implementing Overrides.
- None — Do not allow this user to send commands to endpoints.
- Simple — Access to the Agent and Clear Data commands, and view commands for selected endpoints.
- Advanced — Access to Agent, Clear Data, Keycode, Power & User Access, Antimalware Tools, Files & Processes commands, and view commands for selected endpoints.
- Expert — Access all commands, including Expert Advanced options.
For more information, see Issuing Commands to Endpoints.
Create & Edit — Configure instant or scheduled alerts for endpoint activity.
For more information, see Implementing Alerts.
- When you're done, click the Save Access & Permissions button.