Sets the permission level generally for investigations
or sets different permission levels for data and chats. You can
also limit the role to exclude executing potential harmful actions
when building your own integrations.
Incident table actions
Limits table actions in the
such as delete, edit, close, and so on.
Limits permissions for managing jobs.
Limits permissions for managing scripts. If
the user has read/write permissions, you can enable users to create
scripts that run as a Super User.
you can define which roles are permitted to run an automation, and
according to which role the automation executes.
Limits permissions for creating, editing and deleting
You can also add, change, and remove roles from a playbook
are several notes and limitations you should familiarize yourself
with when assigning roles to playbooks.
You can set the permission level generally
for all settings or split them according to the following:
includes invitations and editing permissions.
a user can add, edit or delete instances.
a user can add, edit, or delete credentials.
Limits permissions for server configurations, editing
layouts for indicators and incidents, integration permissions, audit
trails and the password policy.