How to Create and Manage Administrators in the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager (SEPM) with separate admin rights.
You don’t want all administrators to have full control in SEPM
How to Create and Manage Administrators in the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager (SEPM)
Login To SEPM
Click on Administrators button
You will have following Options,
Renaming an administrator
Changing an administrator's password
Editing an administrator's properties
Removing an administrator
Adding an administrator
You can Create following administrator’s in SEPM
System administrators have full capabilities throughout the network they
administer. They are the equivalent of superusers. In a system with multiple
domains, a system administrator can administer any domain. System
administrators see only those administrators administering the domain they are
Administrators have limited capabilities, specified by the administrators that
create them. An administrator can administer only the domain in which he was
Limited administrator have very limited capabilities, specified by the System administrators and administrators, such as can Viewing Reports, Policies, updating content in a specific domain.
Note: If using multiple domains in SEPM - admins will need to specify what domain they are logging into when launching the SEPM console or authentication will fail.
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