Access and control of Aria's functions and modules are set by a user's role. The role is defined first, and then assigned to a user. A role defines the level of access for a user within Aria, including ability to create plans, edit services, view dashboards and etc.
Note that role access to a certain module may include the ability to interact with other modules to which the role has not been granted explicit access. For example, a role with only "Create Plan" access can also create new services within the Plans module when creating a new plan. However, this same role does not have access to the Services module in the navigation pane, and thus cannot create services within the Services module.
Creating a Role
Getting Here: Click Configuration > Security > Roles > New
Note: Depending on the functions configured within your Aria instance, the modules that appear in the Create a Role screen may differ. If you have questions regarding one of these modules, refer to User Documentation for that module.
The Access to Account Groups section displays each available Functional Account Group with a check box. Selecting a checkbox enables the role access to that Functional Account Group. If you do not have Account Groups configured, this section does not display.
For some modules, such as Configuration, specific access can be granted to individual sub-pages for the module. If no checkboxes for a sub-page are checked, the sub-page or features (for example, a create New button) of the sub-page do not display for a user with the role.
Note: In some cases, higher-level access includes lower-level access. This is denoted automatically as you select the checkboxes. For example, a user with Create, Edit or Delete access automatically has Read access.