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Administration Guide

Admin profiles

Similar to FortiOS, FortiAuthenticator can incorporate the use of admin profiles. Each administrator can be granted either full permissions or a customized admin profile. Profiles are defined as aggregates of read-only or read/write permission sets. The most commonly used permission sets are pre-defined, but custom permission sets can also be created.

To create a new admin profile, go to System > Administration > Admin Profiles > Create New. You can give the admin profile a Name, a Description, and configure the Permission sets you want for that particular admin profile.

Go to Authentication > User Management > Local Users, and select the admin profile to an administrator. You can assign more than one admin profile to each administrator.

Admin profiles

Similar to FortiOS, FortiAuthenticator can incorporate the use of admin profiles. Each administrator can be granted either full permissions or a customized admin profile. Profiles are defined as aggregates of read-only or read/write permission sets. The most commonly used permission sets are pre-defined, but custom permission sets can also be created.

To create a new admin profile, go to System > Administration > Admin Profiles > Create New. You can give the admin profile a Name, a Description, and configure the Permission sets you want for that particular admin profile.

Go to Authentication > User Management > Local Users, and select the admin profile to an administrator. You can assign more than one admin profile to each administrator.