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FusionServer Tools 2.0 uREST User Guide 16
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Setting a User Role

Setting a User Role


Set a user role.


./urest -H HOST -p PORT -U USERNAME -P PASSWORD setuserrole -N NAME -R {Administrator,Operator,Commonuser,NoAccess,CustomRole1,CustomRole2,CustomRole3,CustomRole4}






iBMC IP address or domain name. It is a mandatory parameter. If an IPv6 address is used, the IPv6 address must be included in square brackets, such as [1001::1001].



Port number. The default value is 443. It is an optional parameter.

Enter the port number if the default value 443 is not used.


iBMC user name. It is a mandatory parameter.



Password of the iBMC user. It is a mandatory parameter.



Name of the user whose role is to be changed. It is an optional parameter. If this parameter is not set, the role of the current login user will be changed.



Role of the user. It is a mandatory parameter.

The available roles include:

  • Administrator
  • Operator
  • Commonuser
  • NoAccess
  • CustomRole1
  • CustomRole2
  • CustomRole3
  • CustomRole4

Usage Guidelines



Obtain help information.

linux-2hqw:~/Downloads/bin # ./urest -H -U ****** -P ****** setuserrole -h
usage: urest setuserrole [-h] [-N NAME] -R 

optional arguments: 
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit 
  -N NAME               user name. specify the user to be modified. if no user 
                        is specified, the command modifies information about 
                        the current login user
  -R {Administrator,Operator,Commonuser,NoAccess,CustomRole1,CustomRole2,CustomRole3,CustomRole4} 
                        new role

Query a user.

linux-2hqw:~/Downloads/bin # ./urest -H -U ****** -P ****** getuser
UserId            : 2 
UserName          : root 
RoleId            : Administrator 
Locked            : False 
Enabled           : True 
LoginInterface    : Web,SNMP,IPMI,SSH,SFTP,Local,Redfish 
UserId            : 3 
UserName          : custom 
RoleId            : Commonuser 
Locked            : False 
Enabled           : True 
LoginInterface    : Web,SNMP,IPMI,SSH,SFTP,Local,Redfish 

Set a user role.

linux-2hqw:~/Downloads/bin # ./urest -H -U ****** -P ****** setuserrole -N custom -R Operator
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Updated: 2020-02-13

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