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Softerra Adaxes provides role-based security administration, so permissions are granted to users with the help of Security Roles. To view the Security Roles that delegate permissions to a user, use Adaxes Administration Console:

  • Launch Adaxes Administration Console.
  • Right-click the user, for which you want to view permissions, and click Properties in the context menu.
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  • The Security Roles that grant permissions to the user will be displayed.
  • To view the permissions granted by a Security Role and the objects on which these permissions are delegated, right-click a Security Role and click Locate Role in Tree.
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