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FusionServer Pro Rack Server iBMC (V260 to V278) User Guide 14

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Setting User Rights (privilege)

Setting User Rights (privilege)

Function

The privilege command is used to set user rights.

Format

ipmcset [-t user] -d privilege -v <username> <privalue>

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

username

Specifies the user to be set.

-

privalue

Specifies user rights.

  • 15: No Access
  • 2: User
  • 3: Operator
  • 4: Administrator
  • 5: Custom Role 1
  • 6: Custom Role 2
  • 7: Custom Role 3
  • 8: Custom Role 4

Usage Guidelines

  • Only administrators can set user rights, and the administrator's password is required.

  • In versions earlier than iBMC V357, the rights of the default users cannot be set. From iBMC V357, if the iBMC has multiple enabled administrators, the roles of the default users can be modified. If there is only one administrator enabled, this administrator cannot disabled or deleted and the administrator role cannot be modified.

    The default user is root for V3 servers, and Administrator for V5 servers.

  • In versions earlier than iBMC V357, user rights cannot be set for the users in SSH login mode. From iBMC V357, user rights can be set for such users.

Example

# Grant user test with the Administrator rights.

iBMC:/->ipmcset -d privilege -v test 4
Input your password:
Set user privilege successfully.
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Updated: 2019-11-19

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