Managing Administrators → About Administrator Management → Types of Administrators
The following types of administrators are available:
These administrators have full access to the system in on-premise environments.
These administrators are responsible for portions of a system, such as specific applications, projects, and users.
These administrators manage other managed administrators, but generally have fewer responsibilities than system administrators. For on-demand systems, global managed administrators have full capabilities for their systems.
In on-premise systems, system administrators typically perform installation, upgrade, and system configuration tasks. They typically can modify any application in the system, perform deployment and promotion activities for all runtime environments, and control the access of all users in the system.
For best results, on-premise systems should have at least one primary system administrator with the product access and privileges listed below.
Granting Remote Administration privilege to a Regular User provides access to the Change History and Deleted Items reports, which enables a system administrator to track changes and deletions that users have made to reports.
Managed administrators are typically granted access to specific applications. For example, you may want someone who can add projects or create notifications for a specific application, but not for every application in your system.
Managed administrators should be granted privileges depending on the tasks they will perform. For example:
Design, Deployment, and Configuration Tasks – Managed administrators who will design process apps and applications in SBM Composer, deploy them to the SBM Application Engine, and configure them in SBM Application Administrator need the following access and privileges:
Global managed administrators are responsible for certain portions of an SBM system. They are able to manage other administrators and have extended deployment and environment capabilities.
Global managed administrators should be granted the same privileges as managed administrators, along with the Global Administration privilege. The Global Administration privilege works in conjunction with other administrative privileges, such as Edit Users and administrative privileges over specific groups.
The Global Administration privilege also allows administrators with applicable deployment privileges to add applications to an environment. Administrators must also have applicable privileges granted on the Administration - Deployment page.
They can also clear the Common Log history in SBM Application Repository.
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