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The list below includes the set of default permissions for the User role.


Activity Logs

  • See details of own activity log - the user can only see the details of their own activity log

Backups

  • Convert own backup to template - the user can only convert their own backups to templates
  • Create backup for own VS - the user can only create backups of their own virtual servers
  • Destroy own backup - the user can only delete their own backups
  • See own backups - the user can only see their own backups
  • Update own backup - the user can only edit their own backups

Base Resources

  •  See own base resources - the user can only see own base resources

Billing Plans

  • See own billing plan - the user can only see own billing plan

CDN Resources

  • Create a new CDN resource - the user can create a new CDN resource
  • Destroy own CDN resources - the user can only delete their own CDN resources
  • See own CDN resources - the user can only see their own CDN resources
  • Update own CDN resources - the user can only edit their own CDN resources

CDN SSL Certificates

  •  Create a new CDN SSL Certificate - the user can create new CDN SSL certificates
  • Destroy own CDN SSL Certificate - the user can only delete their own CDN SSL certificates
  • See own CDN SSL Certificates - the user can only see their own CDN SSL certificates
  • Update own CDN SSL Certificates - the user can only edit their own CDN SSL certificates

CDN Usage Statistics

  • User can see own CDN usage statistics - the user can only see own CDN usage statistics
      

Container Servers

  • Build/rebuild user's own container server - the user can build/rebuild his own container server
  • Console to own container server - the user can only access their own container server via console
  • Create a new container server - the user can create a new container server
  • Destroy own container servers - the user can destroy own container servers
  • Edit own container server's cloud config - the user can only edit their own container server's cloud config
  • Migrate own container servers - the user can migrate own container servers
  • Any power action on own container servers - the user can take any power-related action on own container servers
  • See own container servers - the user can see own container servers
  • Read own container server's root password - the user can read own container server's root password
  • Rebuild network of own container server - the user can only rebuild network of own container server
  • Manage recipes joins for own container servers - the user can manage recipes joins for own container servers
  • Reset root password to own container server - the user can only reset the root password for their own container servers
  • Update own container servers - the user can update own container servers


Customer Networks

  • Create own customer network – the user can create own customer networks
  • Destroy own customer network – the user can delete own customer networks
  • See own customer networks – the user can view own customer networks

Dashboard

  • Show cloud dashboard - the user can see the cloud details on the dashboard

Data Stores

  • See all data_stores - the user can see all data stores  

Disks

  • Auto-backup for own disk - the user can only schedule automatic backups on their own disks
  • Create a new disk - the user can create a new disk
  • Destroy own disk - the user can only delete their own disks
  • See own disks - the user can only see their own disks
  • Unlock any disk - the user can unlock any disk
  • Update own disk - the user can only edit their own disks

DNS Zones

  • Create a new DNS zone - the user can create a new DNS zone
  • Destroy own DNS zone - the user can only delete their own DNS zones
  • See own DNS zones - the user can only see their own DNS zones
  • Create a new DNS record - the user can create a new DNS record
  • See own DNS records - the user can see all DNS records
  • Update own DNS records - the user can update own DNS records

Edge Groups

  • See all edge groups - the user can see all edge groups    

Firewall Rules

  • Create own Firewall Rules - the user can only create own firewall rules
  • Destroy own Firewall Rules - the user can only delete own firewall rules
  • Read own Firewall Rules - the user can only read own firewall rules
  • Update own Firewall Rules - the user can only edit own firewall rules

Groups

  • See all groups - the user can see all groups   

Compute resources    

  • See all compute resources - the user can see all compute resources
  • Show compute resources on Virtual Server creation - display compute resources on Add New Virtual Server screen

Template Groups

  • See details of any template group (image_template_groups.read) - the user can view template group details

 IO Statistics 

  • See own IO Statistics - the user can see own IO Statistics

Virtual Server's IP Addresses

  • Add IP address to own virtual server - the user can only add IP addresses to their own virtual servers
  • Remove IP address from own virtual server - the user can only remove IP addresses from their own virtual servers
  • See IP addresses assigned to any virtual servers - the user can only see IP addresses assigned to their own virtual servers

IP Addresses 

  • See all IP addresses - the user can see all IP addresses

Mounting ISO

  • Mount own ISO - the user can only mount own ISO
  • Unmount own mounted ISOs - the user can only unmount own mounted ISOs
  • See own mounted ISOs - the user can only see own mounted ISOs

ISOs

  • Read all public ISOs - the user can view public ISOs

Load Balancers

  • Migrate own load balancer - the user can only migrate their own load balancer   

Load Balancing Clusters

  • Create new load balancing cluster - the user can create a new load balancing cluster
  • Delete own load balancing cluster - the user can only delete own load balancing clusters
  • See details of own load balancing cluster - the user can only see details of own load balancing cluster
  • Change own load balancing cluster - the user can only change own load balancing cluster

Log Items

  • Delete own log item - the user can only delete their own log items
  • See list of own log items - the user can only see their own log items
  • See details of own log item - the user can only see details of their own log items

Monthly Billing Statistics

  • See only own Monthly Bills Statistics - the user can only see own monthly bills statistics 

Nameservers  

  • See all nameservers - the user can see all nameservers

Networks

  • See all networks - the user can see all networks    

Payments

  • See own user payments - the user can only see their own user payments

  • See own company payments - the user can only see their own company payments ( applicable for vCloud users)

Recipes

  • Create Recipes - the user can add new recipes
  • Delete own Recipes - the user can delete own recipes
  • Edit own Recipes - the user can edit own recipes
  • Read own Recipes - the user can view own recipes

Recipe groups

  • See list of recipe groups - the user can view the list of recipe groups   
  • Read recipe groups - the user can view recipe group details

Recipe group relations

  • See list of recipe group relations - the user can view the list of recipe group relations

  • Read recipe group relations - the user can view recipe group relation details

Roles

  • See user's own roles - the user can see only roles assigned to him.

Templates  

  • Manage own templates - the user can create and manage their own templates
  • See all public templates - the user can see all public templates

Transactions

  • Delete own transactions from logs - the user can only delete their own transactions from a log
  • See list of own transactions - the user can only see their own transactions
  • See details of own transactions - the user can only see details of their own transactions

Users 

  • Change own password - the user can only change own password
  • See own users  the user can only see their own user account
  • See user backups/templates prices – the user can see users’ backups/templates prices
  • See user billing plan – the user can see users’ billing plans
  • See user hourly prices – the user can see users’ hourly prices
  • See user monthly prices – the user can see users’ monthly prices
  • See user outstanding amount – the user can see users’ outstanding amount
  • See user summary payments – the user can see user’s summary payments
  • See user virtual server prices – the user can see users’ virtual server prices
  • Update own user – the user can only edit their own user account 
  • Generate own API key - the user can only generate own key
  • Update own Yubikey - the user can modify their own Yubikey

Virtual server snapshots

  • Create or restore own virtual server snapshot - the user can create/restore own snapshots
  • Destroy own virtual server snapshot - the user can delete own snapshots
  • See own virtual server snapshots - the user can see the list of own snapshots

Virtual Servers

  • Build/rebuild user's own virtual server - the user can build/rebuild their own virtual server's only
  • Console to own virtual server – the user can only access their own virtual server via console
  • Create a new virtual server – the user can create a new virtual server
  • Destroy own virtual server – the user can only delete their own virtual servers
  • Manage publications for all virtual servers - the user can manage publications for all virtual servers
  • Migrate own virtual server – the user can only migrate their own virtual servers
  • Any power action on own virtual servers – the user can only take power-related actions on their own virtual servers
  • See own virtual servers – the user can only see their own virtual servers
  • Read Virtual Server's root password - the user can read Virtual Server's root password
  • Rebuild network of own virtual server – the user can only rebuild network of own virtual server
  • Manage recipes joins for own virtual servers - the user can manage recipe joins for own virtual servers 
  • Reset root password of own virtual server – the user can only reset the root password of their own virtual servers
  • Update own virtual server – the user can only edit their own virtual servers
  • See own virtual machine statistics - the user can only see statistics for their virtual machines

 

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