User Role Management feature helps a system administrator to manage the user actions, roles and access privileges.
For instance, using the User Role Management feature, the system administrator can build a user role by specifying which modules he/she can access and/or manage.
User with the highest authority to manage the entire system. The privileges of the root role cannot be edited.
User with authority to manage all modules of its own company and sub-companies. The privileges of the Reseller role cannot be edited.
A role that can manage all modules of its own company profile. The privileges of the Company Admin role cannot be edited.
The role that can display all modules for your own company profile. The privileges of the Company User role cannot be edited.
The table below describes the options using User Role Management.
Type a name for the new role to be created.
Type a description of the new role to be created.
The user will not see the relevant page in the menu.
The user will view the relevant page in the menu but cannot take any action.
The user will view the relevant page in the menu and can take actions.
Any user can view the pages listed here without any authorisation.
In the sample below, we have created an example system user role, and we will restrict the privileges of this user. We will authorise the user's access and privileges like;
not viewing (None),
only viewing (Read),
and viewing and taking action (Write).
Like in the screenshot below, now you can create a new role and set its privileges to view or use modules.
Once the privileges are defined for this group, click on the Save.
See the New Role in the screenshot below:
After we have created a role group, we add users to this role.
Go to Company> System Users and find out the relevant user and click the Edit icon. See the screenshot below.
Then, you can add the relevant user to the role group you have created using the Role option in the right menu.
Let's test whether the user we assign a role has really the access privileges we specified.
After logging in to Keepnet Dashboard with the user name and password of the relevant system user, you should see the modules you have given access to. For instance, we only have given access and usage privilege for Phishing Simulator, and the other modules have disappeared on the left side of the Dashboard. See Figure 8.
To test whether the use privileges, simply click on the Phishing Simulator>Phishing Scenarios - based on the privileges we have defined, it is clear that the system user is able to manage this page like Deleting, Previewing, Editing, Sending.
Now, we will change the user group privileges- changing them from “Write“ to “Read" and then test them. This will also help us to see the differences between “Read” and “Write” privileges.
In the main menu, click the Company> System Users. Then, after clicking on the Roles tab, we find the group we created and click the Edit icon. Then we change the options that we have previously set as “Write" to the "Read” and saved the page.
You need to log out and re-enter the system to see the changes. Click on Phishing Simulator>Phishing Scenarios in the main menu, and you will see that the system user can view the Phishing Scenarios page but can not take actions like Deleting, Previewing, Editing, Sending.
For instance, if you try to delete a training template, you receive an error like the following screenshot.