Created by: Kristinn Magnusson
In this article, you will read about user and user group permissions in exMon. To be able to access exMon, user permissions must be set by an exMon administrator.
The type of permissions a user can have are:
- System Administrator
- Process Administrator
- Process User
- Deployment Administrator
Furthermore, a user can be given special permissions:
- View selected system(s) on Portal
- View and manage all exceptions in the selected system(s) on Portal
- Run selected processes
- Run selected execution jobs
A user can also be a part of a user group. Users inherit permissions from the user groups they are members of. There are two types of User groups:
- Active Directory Group – Consists of all exMon users that are members of the selected Windows Active Directory Group
- Manual exMon User Group – Consists of all exMon users that have been manually selected into the user group
Active directory groups can therefore be a quick and efficient way to give permissions to a specific division of your company. If a Windows user is removed from Windows Active Directory Group its exMon user counterpart will lose permissions gained from that group.
Note: Users do not have to be specifically added to exMon before they log in. If they are a part of an Active Directory group and they try to open either exMon Portal or exMon Data Governance, they will automatically be added as users in exMon.