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*SUPERVISOR
 
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"Standard" users  (i.e. registered via signup form) have role USER, which allows them to perform actions on themselves and their subaccounts only. ADMIN, MASTER and SUPERVISOR are special users with increased permissions.<br>
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"Standard" users  (i.e. registered via signup form) have role USER, which allows them to perform actions on themselves and their subaccounts only. ADMINISTRATOR, MASTER and SUPERVISOR are special users with increased permissions.<br>
  
  
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This roles should be distinct from roles defined in SSO Common Content section of wiki which relate to user created roles for permissions on ginstr apps tables while SSO roles relate to permissions for SSO users.
 
This roles should be distinct from roles defined in SSO Common Content section of wiki which relate to user created roles for permissions on ginstr apps tables while SSO roles relate to permissions for SSO users.
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When user with SUPERVISOR permission log in to SSO additional options appear in menu in top right corner:
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*edit users
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*configure lobby
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*configure applications
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When users with ADMINISTRATOR or MASTER role log in to SSO they get only additional "edit users" option in menu in top right corner

Revision as of 11:35, 1 November 2016

Contents

SSO Supervisor / Admin Specific Content

General

In SSO server the following roles are defined, with ascending order for access level:

  • USER
  • ADMIN
  • MASTER
  • SUPERVISOR

"Standard" users (i.e. registered via signup form) have role USER, which allows them to perform actions on themselves and their subaccounts only. ADMINISTRATOR, MASTER and SUPERVISOR are special users with increased permissions.


Legend:

U = USER
A = ADMIN
M = MASTER
S = SUPERVISOR


S can delete all, M can delete A and U users, A can delete U users, U cannot delete
S can see all, M can see A and U users, A can see U users, U can see himself and subusers
S can see all, M can see A and U users, A can see U users, U can see himself and subusers
S can modify all, M can modify A and U users, A can modify U users, U can modify himself and subusers
S can add all, M can add A and U users, A can add U users, U cannot add
S can see all, M can see A and U users, A can see U users, U cannot see
S can update all, M, A, U cannot update
S can see all, A can see all, M, U cannot see


This roles should be distinct from roles defined in SSO Common Content section of wiki which relate to user created roles for permissions on ginstr apps tables while SSO roles relate to permissions for SSO users.


When user with SUPERVISOR permission log in to SSO additional options appear in menu in top right corner:

  • edit users
  • configure lobby
  • configure applications

When users with ADMINISTRATOR or MASTER role log in to SSO they get only additional "edit users" option in menu in top right corner