Managing Portal Operators

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    You can assign the role of a Portal Operator to other users, enable and disable Portal Operators.

    Required Privileges

    To perform this task, a user must have one of the following roles assigned: Portal Administrator, Site Administrator.

    Assigning Portal Operator Role

    To grant Portal Operator privileges to a user or group:

    1. Log in to Veeam Service Provider Console.

    For details, see Accessing Veeam Service Provider Console.

    1. At the top right corner of the Veeam Service Provider Console window, click Configuration.
    2. In the configuration menu on the left, click Roles and Users.
    3. At the top of the page, click New.
    4. In the Set Access Role window, click the Not chosen link to select a user or group.
    1. In the Choose Users window, configure search parameters:
    1. From the Type drop-down list, select the account type: User or Group.
    2. In the Domain field, type the domain name.
    3. In the User and Password fields, specify credentials to connect to the domain.

    By default, Veeam Service Provider Console searches users and groups on the machine hosting Veeam Service Provider Console. If you installed Veeam Service Provider Console using the distributed deployment scenario, this will be a machine on which the Veeam Service Provider Console Server component runs.

    1. To find a user or a group by name, use the Account search field.

    Search Users

    1. Select the necessary account and click Apply.

    Note:

    To be able to log in to Veeam Service Provider Console web UI, selected users or groups must be specified in the Allow log on locally security policy setting on the machine where Veeam Service Provider Console Server component is installed.

    1. From the Role drop-down list, select Portal Operator.
    2. Select companies that a user or group will manage.

    If you want to add a Portal Operator who will manage all companies, select the All companies option. With this option selected, Veeam Service Provider Console will also include newly added companies to a Portal Operator management scope.

    If you logged in to Veeam Service Provider Console as a Site Administrator, you can assign to Portal Operators only companies registered on your Veeam Cloud Connect site.

    Add Portal Operator

    1. Click Save.

    Disabling Portal Operators

    To control access to Veeam Service Provider Console for Portal Operators, you can enable and disable groups and users with Portal Operator privileges. It is recommended to disable users to instantly revoke access to the portal for these users.

    To disable a user or a user group with Portal Operator privileges:

    1. Log in to Veeam Service Provider Console.

    For details, see Accessing Veeam Service Provider Console.

    1. At the top right corner of the Veeam Service Provider Console window, click Configuration.
    2. In the configuration menu on the left, click Roles and Users.
    3. At the top of the page, select the Portal Operator role.
    4. Select the necessary user or user group in the list.

    To narrow down the list of users, you can apply the following filters:

    • Name — limit the list of users by name.
    • User Type — limit the list of users by type (Users, Groups).
    1. Click Disable.

    Enabling Portal Operators

    To enable a user or a user group with Portal Operator privileges:

    1. Log in to Veeam Service Provider Console.

    For details, see Accessing Veeam Service Provider Console.

    1. At the top right corner of the Veeam Service Provider Console window, click Configuration.
    2. In the configuration menu on the left, click Roles and Users.
    3. At the top of the page, select the Portal Operator role.
    4. Select the necessary user or user group in the list.

    To narrow down the list of users, you can apply the following filters:

    • Name — limit the list of users by name.
    • User Type — limit the list of users by type (Users, Groups).
    1. Click Enable.
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