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All limited-access admin groups require either read-only or read/write permission to access certain resources, such as Grid members, and DNS and DHCP resources, to perform certain tasks. Therefore, when you create an admin group, you must specify which resources the group is authorized to access and their level of access.
Only superusers can create admin groups and define their administrative permissions. There are two ways to define the permissions of an admin group. You can create an admin group and assign permissions directly to the group, or you can create roles that contain permissions and assign the roles to an admin group.
You must create admin groups and assign them access to the cloud API and applicable permissions so they have authority over delegated objects. When you assign permissions for objects that have not been delegated, these admin groups or admin users assume applicable permissions to these un-delegated objects. For example, you can create an admin group that can access a specific set of networks while another can access another set of networks. Note that you cannot create a new admin group using the same name. For information about Cloud Network Automation, see Deploying Cloud Network Automation.
Complete the following tasks to assign permissions directly to an admin group:

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Superusers have unlimited access to the NIOS appliance. They can perform all operations that the appliance supports. There are some operations, such as creating admin groups and roles, that only superusers can perform.
Note that there must always be one superuser admin account, called "admin", stored in the local database to ensure that at least one administrator can log in to the appliance in case the NIOS appliance loses connectivity to the remote admin databases such as RADIUS servers, AD domain controllers, TACACS+ servers, LDAP servers, or OCSP responders.
NIOS comes with a default superuser admin group (admin-group). It also automatically creates a new admin group, fireeye-group, when you add the first FireEye RPZ (Response Policy Zone). Infoblox recommends that you do not add another admin group with the same name as the default or FireEye admin group. Note that the FireEye admin group is read-only and you cannot assign permissions to it. For more information about FireEye RPZs, see About FireEye Integrated RPZs.
When you install valid licenses and configure your Grid for Cloud Network Automation, NIOS enables the
cloud-api-only admin group. You can assign admin users to this group so they are authorized to send cloud API requests to the Cloud Platform Appliances. Note that you cannot delete this admin group or create a new admin group using the same name. For information about Cloud Network Automation, see Deploying Cloud Network Automation.
You can create additional superuser admin groups, as follows:

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   5. Click Next to add admin email addresses if you want the appliance to send approval workflow notifications to a list of email addresses for the admin group. Complete the following in the Email Address table:
Click the Add icon and Grid Manager adds a row to the table. Enter the email address of the admin who should receive workflow notifications. You can click the Add icon again to add more email addresses. You can also select an email address and click the Delete icon to delete it. To modify an email address, click the Email Address column and modify the existing address.

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  • DashboardTemplate: From the drop-down list, select the dashboard template you want to assign to this superuser group. When you assign a dashboard template to an admin group, the template applies to all users in the group. The default is None, which means that users in this group can perform all licensed tasks in the TasksDashboard tab if they have the correct permissions to the task-related objects. Note that if you want to delete a template, you must first unassign the template from an admin group, or select None, before you can delete it. For more information about dashboard templates, see About Dashboards.
  • Display Task flow Dashboards Only: Select this check box if you want to restrict this admin group to access only the Tasks Dashboard in Grid Manager. Note that when you select this check box, users in this admin group have access to the tasks you specified in the selected dashboard template, if applicable. They cannot perform any other tasks or manage any core network services in Grid Manager the next time they log in to the system.

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