Veritas NetBackup™ Appliance Security Guide
- About the NetBackup appliance Security Guide
- User authentication
- About user authentication on the NetBackup appliance
- About configuring user authentication
- About user name and password specifications
- User authorization
- Intrusion prevention and intrusion detection systems
- Log files
- Operating system security
- Data security
- Web security
- Network security
- Call Home security
- About AutoSupport
- About Call Home
- About SNMP
- Remote Management Module (RMM) I security
- STIG and FIPS conformance
- Appendix A. Security release content
About authorizing NetBackup appliance users
Table: User authorization management describes the options that are provided for authorizing new and existing users or user groups through the NetBackup Appliance Web Console and NetBackup Appliance Shell Menu:
Table: User authorization management
NetBackup Appliance Web Console
NetBackup Appliance Shell Menu
Use the Settings > Security > Authentication commands to add, delete, and view appliance users.
Manage user permissions (roles)
The following commands and options are available under Main > Settings > Security > Authorization:
You cannot grant the NetBackupCLI role to an existing local user. However, you can create a local NetBackupCLI user by using the Manage > NetBackupCLI > Create command from theNetBackup Appliance Shell Menu.
The NetBackupCLI role can be assigned to a maximum of nine user groups at any given time.
Active Directory (AD) user groups and user names support the use of a hyphen character in those names. The hyphen must appear between the first and the last character of a user name or a user group name. AD user names and user group names cannot begin or end with a hyphen.
You can list all users of a group that has maximum to 2000 users from theNetBackup Appliance Web Console. To list all of a group that has more than 2000 users, use the List command from theNetBackup Appliance Shell Menu.