After you successfully log in from the admin account, you can create new accounts and assign different roles (permissions), so that other users can log in through the created accounts. When other users log in successfully, they can manage virtual machine backups according to different roles.
How to Create User Accounts
Firstly, we need to sign in the Administrator account, next, we can follow the steps below to create user accounts.
1. Please click "Settings"-->"User Management" on the left side then click "Create account".
2. Then type into user account name and password, and confirm the password then click "Next".
3. Set the role of the user account, different role will match different permissions. There are 4 roles available: Viewer, Monitor, Backup Operator, Restore Operator.
Admin: Currently, there is only one administrator account, which has the highest management role. The role cannot be assigned to other users. You can use the Windows super administrator account as admin to log in.
The highest administrative privileges of the admin account:
1) Only the admin account can create other users accounts.
2) Only the admin account can view the list of all users, and modify the role or reset passwords for other users. Other users can only view their own account information and modify their own passwords.
3) Only the admin account can manage serial numbers.
Viewer: Viewer can only view dashboards and abnormal events, and can view and operate system settings, and view their own account information under user management.
Monitor: Monitor can only view tasks, devices, targets, backup management, and can view and operate dashboards, abnormal events, system settings, and view their own account information under user management.
Backup Operator: Backup Operator can only view target, backup management, and can view and operate dashboards, abnormal events, tasks, devices, system settings, and view their own account information under user management.
Restore Operator: Restore Operator can view and operate dashboards, exceptions, tasks, devices, targets, backup management, system settings, and view their own account information under user management.
4. Click "OK" to add the user account. After the setting is successful, you can log in to the user account with the new password.
How to Manage Accounts
Admin account can view the list of all users, and modify the role or reset passwords for other users.
1. Please sign in the administrator account.
2. Find a role account then click the three-dots button, and then you’ll see these options.
Change Password: All users can change their own password, but need to enter the old password to verify first.
Role Details: View the account role details and permissions.
Other role accounts can change their own passwords and view its own account information and permissions.
Tips: If the user account's password is forgotten, you need to contact the admin user to reset the password.