Administrative Role Icons

The following icons identify the different administrative roles allowed on the system:

GUID-30BE7604-54A7-4C8C-9DDF-CC3956C13629-low.png Superuser – Indicates superuser privileges. A superuser has complete access to all configuration aspects of the connected device.
GUID-734CB102-695E-48B8-BDF3-3F100D61449F-low.png System – States system user privileges. A system user is allowed to configure general settings, such as boot parameters, licenses, auto install, image upgrades etc.
GUID-CF3FA2C8-3F33-4008-A914-E5257FA60BC1-low.png Network – Indicates network user privileges. A network user is allowed to configure wired and wireless parameters, such as IP configuration, VLANs, L2/L3 security, WLANs and radios.
GUID-12C9EE39-2578-4BB1-84A8-94999DAE1F6C-low.png Security – Indicates security user privileges. A security level user is allowed to configure all security related parameters.
GUID-8AB33342-9CBC-4A70-82AD-4F5EBB7B8EC6-low.png Monitor – Defines a monitor role. This role provides no configuration privileges. A user with this role can view the system configuration but cannot modify it.
GUID-E456C793-0426-41DB-B132-808F1BA3F914-low.png Help Desk – Indicates help desk privileges. A help desk user is allowed to use troubleshooting tools like sniffers, execute service commands, view or retrieve logs. However, help desk personnel are not allowed to conduct controller or service platform reloads.
GUID-B6AC5AEA-320B-49E6-B76F-91A35FE902AB-low.png Web User – Indicates a web user privilege. A Web user is allowed accessing the device‘s Web UI.