Viewing User Permissions

You can view user permissions for access to devices and device groups, if you have superuser permissions.

To view user permissions, follow these steps:

  1. In the Junos Scope main window, click the Logged in as <username> link at the top right. The User Permissions dialog box pops up.
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  2. In the User drop-down list box, select the user whose permissions you want to view.

    The User Permissions dialog box displays the permission, user groups, devices, and device groups to which the user belongs and has access:

    • User drop-down list box/display field—For users belonging to the administrator user group, the field is a drop-down list box. For users in other user groups, the field is display only.
    • Permission display field—Displays the permission level assigned to the user. The permission level of a user determines what Junos Scope tasks or operations a user can perform and the level of device access. Four permission levels are available: superuser, read-write, read-only, and none. See User Group Permission Levels for more information.
    • User Groups list box—Displays the user groups to which the user belongs. A user must be a part of at least one user group, and can be part of multiple user groups. This list box is not visible if you do not belong to the administrator user group.
    • Devices list boxes—Displays the devices to which the user has read-write or read-only access.
      • Write Access list box—Displays the devices to which the user has read-write access.
      • Read Access list box—Displays the devices to which the user has read-only access.
      • Device Groups table—Displays the device groups to which the user has access, the permission levels assigned to the user as part of a device group, and the access permissions the user has to devices as part of a device group:
        • Name column—Displays the names of the device groups to which the user group has access.
        • Permission column—Displays the permission level assigned to the user as part of the device group.
        • Write Access Devices column—Displays the devices to which the user has read-write access as part of the device group.
        • Read Access Devices column—Displays the devices to which the user has read-only access as part of the device group.
  3. Click the Close link.