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User permissions

You can grant Qlik Replicate users different permissions according to the tasks you want them to perform. Four predefined "roles" are available: Admin, Designer, Operator and Viewer. Each role has its own set of permissions, which are described in the following table.

Default user permissions according to roles
Permissions Admin Designer Operator Viewer

View task history

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Download a memory report

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Download a Diagnostics Package

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

View and download log files

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Perform runtime operations (such as start, stop, or reload targets)

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Create and design tasks

Yes

Yes

No

No

Edit task description in Monitor View

Yes

Yes

No

No

Delete tasks

Yes

Yes

No

No

Export tasks

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Import tasks

Yes

No

No

No

Change logging level

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Delete logs

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Manage endpoint connections (add, edit, duplicate, and delete)

Yes

Yes

No

No

Open the Manage Endpoint Connections window and view the following endpoint settings: Name, type, description, and role.

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Click the Test Connection button in the Manage Endpoint Connections window.

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

View all of the endpoint settings in the Manage Endpoint Connections window.

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Edit the following server settings: Notifications, scheduled jobs, and executed jobs.

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Edit the following server settings: Mail server settings, default notification recipients, license registration, global error handling, log management, file transfer service, user permissions, and resource control.

Yes

No

No

No

Specify credentials for running operating system level post-commands on Replicate Server.

For details, see Operating system level credentials.

Yes

No

No

No

Note:

The user under whose account Qlik Replicate is installed will be associated with the Admin role by default.

You can set user permissions using Active Directory Groups or Local Groups. To set user permissions using Active Directory groups, you can either create Active Directory groups with the names listed in the following table or you can create Active Directory groups with different names. Then, add users to the groups according to the role you want them to perform.

Roles and Active Directory Groups
Role Active Directory Groups

Administrator

AttunityReplicateAdmins

Designer

AttunityReplicateDesigner

Operator

AttunityReplicateOperator

Viewer

AttunityReplicateViewer

For information on encrypting user permissions, see Encrypting the user permissions file.

Note:

If you create Active Directory groups with different names, you need to add them to the User Permissions window and set their permissions as described in Managing user permissions.