Role-Based Access Control

Role-based Access Control (RBAC) lets you control access to groups and arrays through the use of user accounts assigned particular roles. The role determines the level of access that a user account is provided. A user account that is assigned to the Administrator role can create and manage accounts for other users.

All users can manage their own passwords and account information. Only users with an Administrator permission level (user role) can add, modify, remove, enable, or disable user accounts.

For more information about permission levels (user roles), see Permission Levels.