Users and Roles
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Article Summary

The user management capabilities in Splashtop Secure Workspace provides administrators with multiple ways to manage users within the system. Let's explore the key aspects of user management:

User Provisioning

Administrators have various methods for provisioning users into the system. They can create users by specifying a username and password. Additionally, administrators can invite users by sending them an email invitation. By clicking the link in the email, users will be guided through the onboarding process, ensuring a seamless user experience. For organizations that enable single sign-on, users can be provisioned through SAML or OIDC (OpenID Connect) and OAuth 2 protocols. We will delve into the details of Identity Providers (IDPs) in a separate section of the documentation.

Roles and Permissions

When users are provisioned into Splashtop Secure Workspace, they are assigned specific built-in roles. Roles define the permissions for functionalities that users have within the system. Administrators can grant different role to an user based on their responsibilities and access requirements.

Roles and permissions

UserAnalyzerIT ManagerOrg AdminSuper AdminAuditor
Manage Organizations
Manage Accessread only
Manage IDPsread only
Manage Connectorsread only
Manage Devicesread only
Manage Applicationsread only
Monitor Activities
Monitor own Activities
Manage Personal Secretsread only

In conclusion, User Management in Splashtop Secure Workspace offers versatile capabilities to effectively manage users within the system. Administrators can provision users through various methods, assign roles to define permissions, and leverage group management for streamlined access control.

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