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By default the Opalis Integration Server system is configured to allow only members of the local Administrators group on the Management Server computer to view, modify and manage Folders, Policies, Computer Groups, Variables, Counters and Schedules however these permissions can be changed on a per object basis or inherited from a parent object using Access Control Lists (ACL) much like Windows NTFS permissions.
Permissions can be directly set to any Folder, Policy, Computer Group, Variable, Counter or Schedule. When working with Folders, permissions can be set directly to the Folder as well allowing any child objects to inherit the permissions.
Setting Object Permissions
To set permissions perform the following steps:
Any new explicit permission entries that are added are applied only to the specific object. To allow new permission entries to be applied to child objects, inheritance must be configured as outlined below.
Setting Permission Inheritance
Permission inheritance works in two parts: First the child object must be configured to allow permissions to be inherited from the parent (this is the default) and secondly the parent object must be configured to allow permissions to be inherited by child objects.
To configure the child object to allow inherited permissions from the parent object, perform the following steps:
To configure the parent object to allow permissions to be inherited by child items, perform the following steps:
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