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BizTalk360 allows administrators to set up fine grained authorization both at the applications level and system level. Administrators can set up access rights for users to different sections depending on the user requirements. Say, a Level 1 support engineer has different monitoring requirements when compared to Level 2 and Level 3 users. Consider an example; "Level 1 Support engineer can (only) view Governance/Audit Data and access Advanced Event Viewer, ESB Portal" while "Level 3 Support engineer can operate on Service Instances, Applications, Host Instances and access MBQ, Graphical Flow (Tracking), Monitoring Dashboard". BizTalk360 allows the administrators to set up permissions for users depending on the requirement.


Setting up user permissions

Example 1:

To set up the user permissions for a level 1 support user (as shown above in the example), follow the steps as shown below:

  1. Log in to the application (as a Super User)
  2. Click the Settings icon at the top of the page
  3. Click User Access Policy from the left menu bar
  4. Click Add New to add a new user to the system
  5. Enter the User name (Josh), Domain name, Service Bus Identity information, and select "Is NT Group", "Is Super User", and "Environment" information as per the requirement. Click here to know more about these fields.
  6. Click => to set up the applications that the user can access in the environment
  7. In the Allowed Applications section, select the applications by clicking the check boxes. Click Select All to select all the listed applications in the environment.
  8. Click => to set up the permissions for the user
  9. In the Permissions section, select the check boxes against the required sections. To illustrate the above example, select Governance/Audit Data under "Can View", ESB Portal under "Can Access Data", Advanced Event Viewer under "Can Access".
  10. Click OK to save the settings and create the user
  11. Log in to the application as the newly created user (Josh)
  12. In the left menu bar, user will see only the sections for which he has been granted access


Click the sliders to view the process of granting permissions for users.


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Example 2:

Setting up the user permissions for a level 3 support user (as shown above in the example — Level 3 Support engineer can operate on Service Instances, Applications, Host Instances and access MBQ, Graphical Flow (Tracking), Monitoring Dashboard).


Click the sliders to view the process of granting permissions for users.


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