• This page describes the privileges associated with each of the five types of Cmd accounts. 
  • New Cmd environments start with one user account: a 'global admin'. This user can add additional users, as desired.
  • Users (excluding global admins) can have different account types in different projects.

User account types and privileges

From most privileged to least:

  • Global admin: Can configure global settings for their organization's Cmd environment, apply system-wide defaults, add new projects, see all their organization's projects, view project history, and do anything an admin can do. 
  • Admin: Can configure project settings, add new users (other than global admins), manage triggers, manage servers, add integrations, and monitor alerts.
  • Manager: Can manage triggers, manage servers, add integrations, and monitor alerts.
  • Viewer: Can access the web app to monitor alerts and generate/share reports.
  • Server operator: Can access your Cmd-enabled servers, and can access the web app (but only to configure two-factor authentication). If you aren’t planning to enable two-factor authentication (i.e. you’re using Cmd primarily for its monitoring capabilities), you can skip making Cmd accounts for your server operators.

  

Related resources:

How to set up your user account
How to add users to projects

 
 

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