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- Configure Security
- Choose a Mode for NNMi Access
- Determine Your Security Strategy
- About User Accounts
- About User Groups
- About User Account Mappings
- About Security Groups
- Use Security Groups
- About Security Group Mappings
- Using the Security Folder
- Using the Security Wizard View
- User Account Tasks
- User Group Tasks
- User Account Mapping Tasks
- Security Group Tasks
- Security Group Mapping Tasks
- Control Menu Access
- Set Up Command Line Access to NNMi
- Communicate Console Access Information to Your Team
- Monitor NNMi Access
Using the Security Folder
NNMi enables an NNMi administrator to configure the following configurations using Security workspace views:
Tip Select Help → System Information to view the User Name, NNMi Role, and User Group for the current NNMi session.
To configure Security using the Security workspace:
- Determine your Security strategy (see Determine Your Security Strategy).
- Navigate to the Security workspace.
Make your configuration choices using the Security views. Refer to the About the <x> form Help available for each form within the Security views.
NNMi's security model restricts access to the NNMi console based on User Account to User Group mappings. An NNMi administrator can also choose to restrict Node access based on Security Groups and Security Group Mappings (User Group to Security Group).
Two examples are provided. Use these examples as a guideline for configuring security.
Note You can also configure security using the Security Folder in the Configuration workspace. See Using the Security Wizard View for more information.
- Click Save and Close.
- See Methods for Assigning Nodes to Security Groups.
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