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Defining Role Permissions

Apporto has five ROLES: Admin, Sub-admin, Faculty, Tech Support, and End User.

  • Admins have permissions to all features, users, and apps/desktops. 
  • Sub-admins, Faculty, and Tech Support have a limited set of permissions that can be customized. 
  • End users only have permissions to the App Store.      

Defining permissions for Sub-admins, Faculty, and Tech Support is accomplished by creating a ROLE NAME.  
 

This short guide provides:
 

Roles Features Matrix
 

Roles Features Matrix
 

Roles determine which features a user may access in Apporto.
 

 AdminSub-adminFacultyTech SupportEnd User
App StoreXXXXX
AppsXX   
App PublishingXXOptional  
UsersXXOptionalX 
GroupsXX   
Feature SettingsXXOptional  
RolesXX   
SessionsXX X 
Servers & Virtual MachinesXXOptional  
AnnouncementsXXOptionalOptional 
LicensesXX   
CalendarXXX  
AnalyticsXXX  
Exended ComputeXXOptional  
SetupX    
Virtual Classroom  X  
Presenter Mode  X  

 

  Roles Names determine which optional features can be accessed in Apporto - as well as permissions to groups and apps/desktops. 

  Only administrators and sub-admins who have been granted Windows administrative permissions can access production servers.  Faculty may only access Virtual Machines (optionally) on the Servers page.

 

Define Role Permissions


 

Define Role Permissions
 

Using your preferred web browser, navigate to the URL for your Apporto system, for example, “mycollege.apporto.com”, and log in to the system using your Admin credentials.

Click the Roles  icon in the Navigation panel.

The ‘Roles’ screen displays.
 

                            

The screen shows a list of existing roles. 

  Only Sub-admin, Faculty, and Tech Support roles can be customized.  Admin and End user roles are not customizable.  

Click New

The ‘Add Role’ dialog displays.
 


Enter a Role name (eg. Art Faculty).

Select a Role from the menu: Sub-admin, Faculty, or Tech Support.

Select the Group(s) the role will have permissions to.
 

  • To assign the role to a single group, click the desired group.

  • To assign the role to multiple groups, press and hold the Ctrl key (Windows OS) or Cmd key (Mac OS), then click each desired group.

 


Select the App(s) the role will have permissions to.  The user assigned this role will be able to publish selected apps to the groups they have permissions to.

 


Select any optional Feature(s).  For example, the Faculty role has the following optional features.

 


Click Add role

A confirmation message will display at the top of the screen when the role has been successfully created.


 

Add/Edit Storage Quota
 

By default, all users are assigned 10GB of storage.  If a particular role requires more or less storage, you may customize this.  

Click the Roles  icon in the Navigation panel.

The ‘Roles’ screen displays.

Click the STORAGE QUOTA field for the desired role.

Enter or edit the maximum amount of storage allowed (in Gigabytes; 30 maximum) for the role.

Click the cursor outside the STORAGE QUOTA field to complete the update.

A success message shows at the top of the screen.


 

Assign a Role to a User
 

Assign Role

 

Once you’ve defined a custom role you can assign it to the relevant user(s) in the Users screen.  

Click the Users  icon in the navigation panel.

The ‘Users’ screen displays.

Locate the user you want to edit.

Click the Operations  button for the desired user, then click Edit.

The ‘Edit user’ popup displays.  Scroll down to Role.

Check the desired Role checkbox.  

 

                            

 If no role is selected, the user will be an End User by default. 


If the Subadmin, Faculty or Tech Support check box is selected, a ‘Role Name’ menu displays.

Select the desired Role Name(s).

Click Save 

The Users screen refreshes and a success message shows at the top of the screen.