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Adding and editing profiles

Adding and editing profiles

(OP)
Morning,
I have searched both here, google and the manual. Where do I add and edit login profiles? I have some helpdesk agents that want to add, delete and reset mailbox passwords. I don't want to give them prof18.

AAM 6.4

Thank you,

RE: Adding and editing profiles

We set up our help desk to be able to do some administration on mailboxes using System Manager. You can have some pretty granular control over what they can do from there. We do not allow them direct access to the AAM web interface for administration.

RE: Adding and editing profiles

(OP)
Thanks Wanebo but that wasn't what I was looking for. I finally found a document out there that has the answer. See below.

Role-Based Access Control
With Role-Based Access Control (RBAC), you can control privileges on the application server and
storage server based on the roles you define for the business. Using roles, you can fine-tune the
security and administration of the Messaging system. A role defines a group of users who have
certain privileges. You can create roles to allow or restrict access to the SMI Web pages.
You can group the access rights by a role name. Profiles for access to SMI Web pages are named
access masks. Using the access mask, you can restrict the access permissions. Messaging
provides some default access masks and names, such as System Profile, Customer Super User
Profile, and Customer Non-Super User Profile. You can use the SMI Web pages to create a new
Web access mask profile and enable access as desired.
Adding a Web Access Mask
Procedure
1. On the Administration menu, click Server (Maintenance) > Security > Web Access
Mask.
2. On the Web Access Mask Web page, click Add.
3. On the Add Access Mask Web page, enter a new mask number in the Enter new Access
Mask Number field.

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