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FAQ-Why Users of the Ordinary Group Under Authority and Domain Based Management Cannot See Users of Other Groups

Publication Date:  2012-07-24  |   Views:  193  |   Downloads:  0  |   Author:  Gao Wenwu  |   Document ID:  EKB0000327225

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Issue Description

Q:
Set a user to belonging to the supervisor group, operator group, and maintenance technician group, log in with this user name, and all users can be seen. If an ordinary user group is added, set it to the supreme authority for supervisor group, operator group, and maintenance technician group. Why only users in this group can be seen, and other users cannot be seen when add another user and log in with this user name? The version of BMS is V2R8B02D061SP12.

Alarm Information

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Handling Process

A:
The authority and domain based management is achieved as follows: conduct special processing to such three base groups as the supervisor group, operator group, and maintenance technician group. Users in the three base groups own the authority to see all users. If a user belongs to an ordinary group that owns the supreme authority of the supervisor group, operator group, and maintenance technician group, the user can only see users of its own group, not of other groups. A user can see users of other groups if the user is affiliated to the operator group or the supervisor group.

Root Cause

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Suggestions

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