You should create an administrative user for
each tenant. In that way, a tenant-level administrator can view
and make changes to their tenant configuration but doesn’t have
access to other tenants. To create an administrative user for a
specific tenant, complete the following task. For more information
about role-based access control (RBAC) for tenant-level administrative
users, see Control Role-Based Access for Tenant-Level Administrative Users.
who manage single tenants cannot see the system logs because the
is not available. This limitation applies to all Administrators
who have an administrative role of
Device Group and Template
Only superusers can view system logs in multitenancy mode.
You can create a single Admin Role Profile and share it
across multiple tenants; however, you must create a separate administrator
for each tenant.
While you tailor the administrative
role for the needs of your organization, we recommend deselecting
for Other Admins
. Deselecting this choice allows a tenant-level
user to commit only the changes they have made, and prevents them
from unintentionally committing other changes that other tenant-level
administrative users have made that are not yet committed.