When users, who are not configured in Command Center, log on for the first time, those users are assigned to the default Users group. Administrators must assign those users to appropriate groups, depending on the privilege levels that they want to grant those users.
The administrator must configure authentication servers to authenticate the users who are not configured in Command Center.
Command Center supports the following authentication servers:
- Active Directory
- RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service)
- TACACS (Terminal Access Controller Access Control System)
Note: If you use Active Directory server for authentication, groups in the Command Center are configured to match groups configured on authentication servers. When a user logs on and is authenticated, if a group name matches a group on an authentication server, the user inherits the settings for the group in the Command Center.