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.