Panorama > Admin Roles
Admin Role profiles are custom roles that define the access privileges and responsibilities of administrators. For example, the roles assigned to an administrator control which reports he or she can generate and which device group or template configurations the administrator can view or change.
For a Device Group and Template administrator, you can assign a separate role to each access domain that is assigned to the administrative account (see Panorama > Access Domains). Mapping roles to access domains enables you to achieve very granular control over the information that administrators can access on Panorama. For example, consider a scenario where you configure an access domain that includes all the device groups for firewalls in your data centers and you assign that access domain to an administrator who is allowed to monitor data center traffic but who is not allowed to configure the firewalls. In this case, you would map the access domain to a role that enables all monitoring privileges but disables access to device group settings.
To create an Admin Role profile,
Adda profile and configure the settings as described in the following table.
Panorama Administrator Role Settings
Enter a name to identify this administrator role (up to 31 characters). The name is case-sensitive, must be unique and can contain only letters, numbers, spaces, hyphens, and underscores.
Optional) Enter a description of the role.
Select from the following options to set the type of access permitted for specific features in the Panorama context (
Web UI list) and firewall context (
Context Switch UI list):
Panorama role only)
Select the type of XML API access (
Read Only, or
Disable) for Panorama and managed firewalls:
Panorama role only)
Select the type of role for CLI access:
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