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Set up Read, Write, and Admin Access

Overview

This article explains the levels of access and user in Druva CloudRanger.Access can be granted to team members at the Organization level or at an Account level.

Access types

  • Read access: Users with read-only access can review existing Backup Policies, Server Schedules, and DR plans, but will not be allowed to create or edit existing policies or plans.
  • Write access: Users can create or edit existing Backup Policies, Server Schedules, and DR plans. However, they will not be permitted to modify account settings, such as time zones, notification, or member access.
  • Admin access: Administrators can access all available functionality, including permissions to add members and modify access privileges.

Member access can be granted at the following levels:

  • Organization Level: Organizational level access allows users to have the same privileges across all accounts within that Organization. Team members can then be added with specific permissions.
  • Account Level: Access can also be granted to an individual CloudRanger account within an organization.

Organization Level Access

To grant or update access privileges at the organization level:

  1. Log into your Druva CloudRanger console.

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  2. Click on your profile image on the top right and then select Organization Settings.

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  3. Click edit to modify the access privileges to read, write, or admin.
  4. Click Add Member to define new team members for that organization.

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  5. Specify the First Name, Last Name, Email, and Access type.
  6. Click Save.

The new member is now granted access to that organization with the access type specified.

Account Level Access

You can grant the same type of access at an individual account level within an organization. 

To grant or update access privileges at the account level:

  1. Log into your Druva CloudRanger console.

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  2. Click the Settings icon.

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The access settings are inherited from the settings defined for each member at the organization level. You may click inherited from organization to navigate back to Organization Settings and modify access privileges, as appropriate.

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