Access policies define permissions. A policy can be applied to a single user or group, or to multiple users and multiple groups. NetScaler MAS provides four predefined access policies:
Note: The predefined policies cannot be edited.
You can also create your own (user-defined) policies.
To create user-define access policies
The Permissions section lists of all NetScaler MAS features, with options for specifying read-only or edit access. Click the (+) icon to expand each feature group into multiple features. You must select the check box next to the feature name to give the users either the View or Edit permissions. The Edit option includes permission to view. Select View for read-only, or Edit for full access.
Note: Selecting Edit might internally assign dependent permissions that are not shown as enabled in the Permissions section. For example, when you enable edit permissions for fault management, NetScaler MAS internally provides permission for configuring a mail profile or for creating SMTP server setups, so that the user can send the report as a mail.
David is the administrator for SSL certificate management/security in NetScaler MAS. In the policy assigned to David, the administrator selects the following check boxes in the Permissions section:
5. Click OK.