You can modify the permissions for the members of a set to control what other users can do on the objects in the set. Member permissions in a set are the same as the permissions that you see when modifying an object in the set. For example:
If you have a set of applications, the member permissions available are the same as what you see if you select an application and then click the Permissions page.
If you have a set of systems, the member permissions available are the same as what you see from the Permissions page of a system's object details page.
You can only assign member-level permissions on manual systems sets.
For more information about member-level permissions specific to each object type, refer to the following topics:
- Common permissions
- Additional application permissions
- Additional system permissions
- Additional domain permissions
- Additional secret permission
- Additional account permissions
- Viewing temporary permissions
- Inherited permissions
- Administrative rights and permissions
- Running reports to view effective rights
To assign member-level permissions:
In the Admin Portal, navigate to the appropriate area for the object types that below to a set that you want to modify.
For example, Apps, Resources> Systems, Domains, etc.
- In the Sets section, right-click a set name, then click Modify.
- Click Member Permissions.
- Click Add to search for and select the users, groups, or roles to which you want to grant set‑specific permissions, then click Add.
- Select the appropriate permissions for each user, group, or role you have added.
- Click Save.