Administer Advanced CA EEM Security
Last update June 22, 2015
You can use CA Embedded Entitlements Manager (CA EEM) to create fine-grained access policies to meet stringent security requirements.
- You can create custom policies, create groups that use thee custom policies, and assign your custom groups to user accounts. Or, you can assign users directly to custom policies.
- You can define custom policies to limit access to one or more specified folders with or without subfolders. Access levels include view, navigate, edit, delete, and create, where permissions are additive.
- You can limit user access to a specified environment.
- You can modify the access that is defined to default groups.
To extend the default access, customization is required. For example, customization can:
- Grant administrators CA EEM access.
- Create access similar to a previous LDAP implementation.
- Limit access to servers that contain sensitive information or critical business processes.
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