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Hashtags and Access Control

Learn how Hashtags can be used with Access Control

Aside from being beneficial from a visualisation and analytical perspective, Hashtags can be used to control what Users can see when they log-in to Opsview Monitor.

This means you can navigate through ‘Settings > Hosts’ and ‘Settings > Service Checks’, tag objects (Hosts/Service Checks) with our previously created ‘superimportant’ Hashtag, and then create a Role that gives Users access to only view/configure (depending on the configuration within the Role) objects tagged with ‘SUPERIMPORTANT’. When Users who are members of the new Role log in, they will only be able to view/configure objects that were appropriately tagged.

This is a really nice way of configuring access control; it means once you have configured a new Role to restrict User’s visibility to just objects tagged with ‘SUPERIMPORTANT’, you can grant visibility to new objects (i.e. newly added Hosts) simply by assigning them the Hashtag ‘SUPERIMPORTANT’.

For information on how to configure Roles, view Section Roles

Hashtags and Access Control

Learn how Hashtags can be used with Access Control