The window for this tab is divided into 3 sections:
- A taskbar (top): displays the various possible operations that can be performed (Add an administrator, Delete, Copy privileges etc.).
- The list of users and user groups identified as admin (left).
- The table of administrator privileges (right).
For the purpose of compliance with the European GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), it is now possible to define an administrator with read and write privileges on the firewall but who cannot view private data stored in logs.
Nonetheless, the administrator in question can still request and obtain access privileges to such data by entering an authorization code given by his supervisor. This code is valid for a limited period defined at the moment of its creation.
Once the administrator's task is complete, he can release this privilege.
Some operations listed in the section "Possible operations" can be performed by right-clicking on the table of administrators:
- Add an administrator,
- Delete (an administrator),
- Copy privileges,
- Paste privileges,
- Grant all privileges.
You will be able to create your table of administrators from your LDAP database as well as their respective privileges.
Adding an administrator
|Administrator without any privileges||
This type of administrator has all the basic privileges such as access to the Dashboard and to the following modules:
License, Maintenance, Active Update, High availability and its wizard, CLI console, Network, Routing, Dynamic DNS, DHCP, DNS cache proxy, Objects, URL categories and their groups, Certificates and PKI, Authentication and its wizard, URL filtering, SSL and SMTP, Applications and protections, Inspection profiles, Antivirus, Antispam, Block messages, and Preferences.
The module Vulnerability management can only be accessed with write privileges.
|Administrator with read-only access||
This type of administrator has the same basic access privileges as the administrator “without privileges” with the following additional privileges: reading of SNMP logs, E-mail alerts, System events as well as reading privileges for Filtering and VPN.
|Administrator with all privileges||
This type of administrator has access to all modules except the Administrators and Admin account tabs in the Administrators module.
There can only be one “superadministrator” with the following characteristics:
|Administrator for temporary accounts||This type of administrator can only manage temporary accounts defined on the firewall (creating, modifying and deleting).|
|Administrator with access to private data||
Such administrators can:
access all logs by clicking on Restricted access to logs in order to enable the Full access to logs (private data) privilege without having to enter an access code to view private data.
|Administrator without access to private data||Such administrators can access all logs that do not contain private data. To enable the Full access to logs (private data) privilege, he must click on Restricted access to logs and enter the access code given to him in order to access private data.|
Once you have imported your administrator, he will appear in the list “User-user group” to the left of the screen.
The following operations can be performed on this administrator.
Select the administrator to be removed from the list and click on Delete.
Places the administrator above the administrator before him in the list.
Places the administrator below the administrator after him in the list.
Select the administrator whose privileges you wish to copy and click on this button.
Select the administrator to whom you wish to assign the same privileges as the administrator from whom the privileges have been copied and click on this button.
|Grant all privileges||
Regardless of the privileges assigned to the selected administrator, by clicking on this button.
Table of privileges
Your interface is in “simple view” by default. The table displays 5 columns, which represent 5 categories of privileges to which an administrator may or may not be affiliated: System, Network, Users, Firewall and Monitoring.
The icons in the table mean:
: All privileges have been assigned.
: All privileges have not been assigned.
: Some of the privileges have been assigned.
By switching to “advanced view” using the icons or (depending on the length of your screen), the table will display the details of the privileges by category. To find out the exact privileges corresponding to each column, see the bubble that appears when the mouse passes over each column header.
If you are at the top of the System column, you will see the access privileges it includes, in this case, “Maintenance” and “Objects”.
Double-clicking on the represented icons changes the status of privileges (from “assigned” to “not assigned” for example). Double-clicking on this icon will assign the privileges, and this icon will be displayed instead.
Any changes made to an administrator's permissions will only be applied the next time this administrator logs on. If you wish to apply a modification immediately, you will need to force the disconnection of the administrator in question (for example using the CLI command: monitor flush user).
The list of privileges that can be assigned in simple view are:
Privileges in simple view
Privilege to perform maintenance operations (backups, restorations, updates, Firewall shutdown and reboot, antivirus update, modification of antivirus update frequency and RAID-related actions in the monitor)
Privilege to modify Object database
modify, base, maintenance, object
Privilege to modify filtering policy configuration and routing configuration (default route, static routes and trusted networks)
modify, base, filter, route
Privilege to modify Users and PKI
modify, base, user, pki
Privilege to modify VPN configuration, Intrusion prevention (IPS) configuration and vulnerability management
modify, base, vpn, asq, pvm
Privilege to modify configuration from Stormshield Network Realtime Monitor and log configuration
modify, base, log, maintenance
Privilege to manage temporary accounts for the "Temporary accounts" authentication policy
Privileges in advanced view
Filter policy consultation
VPN configuration consultation
|Access to private data (L)||Privilege to view logs containing private data||base, log_read, report_read, privacy_read|
Privilege to modify log configuration
modify, base, log
Privilege to modify filter policy configuration
modify, base, filter
Privilege to modify VPN configuration
modify, base, vpn
|Management of access to private data||Privilege to create tickets for ad hoc requests for access to private data in logs.||base, log_read, modify, privacy, privacy_read, report_read|
Privilege to modify PKI
modify, base, pki
Privilege to modify configuration from Stormshield Network Realtime Monitor
modify, base, mon_write
Privilege for URL filtering, Mail, SSL and antivirus management
modify, base, contentfilter
Privilege to modify Object database
modify, base, object
Privilege to modify Users
modify, base, user
Privilege to modify network configuration (interfaces, bridges, dialups, VLANs and dynamic DNS configuration)
modify, base, network
Privilege to modify routing (default route, static routes and trusted networks)
modify, base, route
Privilege to perform maintenance operations (backups, restorations, updates, Firewall shutdown and reboot, antivirus update, modification of antivirus update frequency and RAID-related actions in Stormshield Network Realtime Monitor)
modify, base, maintenance
|Temporary accounts||Privilege to manage temporary accounts (Users > Temporary accounts module)||modify, base, voucher|
Privilege to modify Intrusion prevention (IPS) configuration
modify, base, asq
Privilege to modify vulnerability management configuration (Stormshield Network Vulnerability Manager)
modify, base, pvm
Privilege to access global objects
modify, base, globalobject
Privilege to access the global filter policy
modify, base, globalfilter
|Activity Reports (W)|
Privilege to modify Stormshield Network Activity Reports
|Activity Reports (R)|
Privilege to access Stormshield Network Activity Reports
modify, base, report, report_read
The base privilege is assigned to all users systematically. This privilege allows reading the whole configuration except filtering, VPN, logs and content filtering.
The modify privilege is assigned to users who have write privileges.
The user who has logged on as admin will obtain the admin privilege. This is the only privilege that allows giving other users administration privileges or removing them.