Set a user as a Global Administrator
- A Global Administrator will have either Administrator or sudoer rights on any system they are bound to.
- Passwordless sudo may also be assigned to Global Administrators; this applies to Linux systems only and recommended for service accounts.
- Global settings may not be modified on a per-system basis.
- Permission level is also displayed in Systems > Your_system > Users tab
Set permissions on a per-system basisUsers that are not Global Administrators can enable elevated permissions on a per-system basis, go to User > Your_user > Systems tab, select 'Enable Permissions'
For Windows, choose Administrator. For Linux, sudo, or passwordless sudo can be chosen.
- Elevated rights will only be granted on the systems where it was explicitly defined. They will be a standard user for any other system.
- If the user was bound to the system via group membership, a direct system binding will also be created. In order to remove access to the system, the user must be removed from the group AND the direct binding.
- Permission level is also managed in Systems > Your_system > Users tab.