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You can assign an administrative role to a user so that the user can perform specified actions in a designated security domain. A user can have more than one administrative role.
Follow these guidelines:
You can only assign and add administrative roles with the same or a narrower scope, and that have equal or fewer permissions to your own administrative role.
You can assign administrative roles to a single user at a time or to multiple users at the same time.
If a password is required to access the Security Console, administrators use the password assigned to them in their user record.
In the Security Console, click Administration > Administrative Roles > Manage Existing.
Use the search fields to find the administrative role that you want to assign.
Click the administrative role that you want to assign.
From the context menu, click Assign More.
Use the search fields to find the user that you want to assign to the administrative role.
User searches are case sensitive.
Select the user that you want to assign to the administrative role, and click Assign to Role.
Administrative Role Overview
System Administrator Accounts
Add an Administrative Role
Edit Permissions for an Administrative Role
Change the Scope of an Administrative Role
View Your Administrative Permissions
Unassign an Administrative Role
View Administrative Roles
Edit an Administrative Role
Duplicate an Administrative Role
Administrative Role Settings