Last Updated on August 1, 2021 by Admin
Drag the Cisco UCS Manager user role on the left to the best description on the right. All user roles will be used. Each role can be used only once.
Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) is installed with several default user roles for its role-based access control (RBAC) system. User accounts in Cisco UCS Manager are assigned one of the default roles or a custom role that is defined by an administrator. These roles define the access privileges for each account. Cisco UCS Manager is web-based software that can be used to manage a single UCS domain.
The AAA Administrator user role has read-write access to users, roles, and the system’s authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) configuration. AAA Administrators can read the rest of the system buy cannot write to it.
The Administrator user role is automatically assigned to the default admin user account. Administrators have read-write access to the entire system. Although the Administrator role can be assigned to other user accounts, this role cannot be removed from the default admin account.
The Network Administrator user role has read-write access to the fabric interconnect and network security. However, this role has only read access to the rest of the system.
The Operations user role has read-write access to system logs and read access to the rest of the system. An Operations user can read and write to Syslog servers and faults.
The Read-Only user role has read access to the configuration. In addition, the Read-Only user role cannot modify the system state.
There are five other default Cisco UCS Manager user roles:
– Facility Manager – has read-write access to power management
– Server Equipment Administrator – has read-write access to physical server operations
– Server Profile Administrator – has read-write access to logical server operations
– Server Security Administrator – has read-write access to security operations
– Storage Administrator – has read-write access to storage operations