There are several paths you might take to get to where permissions are assigned for any given object, but the most common path is through the permissions page of the object details:
- Permissions for specific objects (for example; applications
, systems, domains, databases, services, and accounts) are assigned when viewing the details for the individual object.
- Permissions for sets of objects—and the set members, if the set membership is manually defined—are assigned when viewing the details for the set.
For example, if you are viewing the details for a specific account, you would click Permissions.
You can also define global permissions to set default permissions on all accounts or on all systems for selected users, groups, or roles. Global permissions are defined on the Access tab under Global Account Permissions.