Veritas Appliance Management Guide
- Appliance as an AMS
- Using the Appliance Management Console
- Managing appliances from the Home page
- About managing appliance software upgrades
- Managing EEBs or add-ons
- About staging packages
- About managing services
- Monitoring activities and events
- Managing the repository
- Applying management updates on earlier appliance versions
- Running AMS on NetBackup Virtual Appliance
About the AMS user role
To enhance security, each user can be assigned a different role. Roles enable you to restrict system access to a set of privileges. A role can be applied to an individual user, or it can be applied to a group that includes multiple users. The user roles that are described in this topic are specific to LDAP, Active Directory (AD), and NIS users.
The following describes the user roles and their associated privileges:
User can access the following:
Appliance Management Console that is hosted on the AMS
NetBackup command line
Review the following considerations for an AMS user:
An AMS user can access the Appliance Management Console on the AMS. An AMS user cannot access the NetBackup Appliance Shell Menu or the NetBackup Appliance Web Console on the AMS.
Only an Administrator can grant the AMS role to a user from the NetBackup Appliance Shell Menu on the AMS.
Before you grant the AMS role, you must configure AMS on the appliance.