Configuring the user access level to Sametime AdvancedAdded by IBM on November 23, 2011 | Version 1 (Original)
|Access to IBM® Sametime® Advanced is determined by user roles.
Access to IBM
® Advanced is determined by user roles.
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When you install Sametime
Advanced, default access levels or roles are assigned to users and groups. You can change these assignments to fit the needs of your organization.
Follow these instructions to change role assignments.
- In the WebSphere® Integrated Solutions Console, click Applications -> Enterprise Applications.
- Click Sametime Advanced application.
- Under Detail Properties, click Security role to user/group mapping.
- Use the following list to determine how you want to assign users to roles.
Assign a role to a user by following these steps.
- AllUsers - Any user assigned to this role has access to non-authenticated areas of the application - All Chat Rooms and Search tabs. This role is assigned to Everyone by default and should not be changed.
- AllAuthenticatedUsers - Authenticated users are users that have been authenticated with the LDAP directory. Authenticated users have access to All Chat Rooms, My Chat Rooms, Broadcast Communities, and Search tabs. This role is assigned to All authenticated by default and should not be changed.
- CommunityCreators - Broadcast communities can be created by any user assigned to this role.
- WorkflowApprovers - Users who can approve or deny chat rooms and communities waiting for approval. If workflow has been enabled, then once a community or chat room has been created, it has to be approved for use.
- AdminUser - These users are administrators and have access to the entire system. They have full access to manage (create/edit/delete/archive) any folder or chat room in Sametime Advanced.
Parent topic: Controlling access in Sametime Advanced
In this procedure, an administrator is added to Sametime Advanced by assigning a user to the AdminUser role.
- Under the Select column, select the check box next to the AdminUser role.
- Click Look up users.
Note: To assign a group, click Look up groups
- In Search String, type the name of the user you want to assign the administrator role.
- Select a name in the Available box, and then click the right arrow button to add the name to the Selected box.
- Click OK.
The user name is added to the Mapped users box next to the AdminUser role.
- Click OK.