RBAC restricts access rights to the application features

How to set up RBAC

By setting RBAC properly, you can let your members have access rights only to the application features they need to do their jobs and prevents them from accessing other features that don't pertain to them.
Note that you must be a member of the Role Group (i.e., Account admin group or Root admin group), which has an Account admin role to set up RBAC.

Caution:
Adding a “Deny” policy for Access control to the Account admin role on the Access Control page of dpstudio could disable subsequent access. This is because a “Deny” policy supersedes all other “Allow” permissions for the Access Control.  All account members (including Root users, Admin users) would be prevented from reversing the deny policy for the Access control through the user interface. It would not prevent application login, and all other RBAC controls would be unaffected.To recover from this issue, please contact the snapblocs support team to remove the deny policy from the Account admin role and restore UI access to the RBAC admin control settings.

Roles & Policies
There are pre-setup Roles & Policies by default for your account. You can create new Roles or modify existing Roles according to your account organization.

To access Roles
  1. Click the Settings menu.
  2. Go to the Access Control tab.
  3. Go to the Roles & Policies tab.
To add Policies to an existing Role.
  1. Click the "+" button on the Policies pane of the Role you need to modify.
Role Grouping
There are pre-setup Groups by default for your account. You can create a new Group or modify existing Groups according to your account organization.

To access Groups
  1. Click the Settings menu.
  2. Goto Access Control tab.
  3. Goto Groups tab.


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