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Microsoft System Center 2016 Service Manager Cookbook - Second Edition by Dieter Casser, Steve Buchanan, Steve Beaumont, Andreas Baumgarten, Anders Asp

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Configuring permissions

The HTML5 portal is a Role Based Access capable portal. This means that the services offered to the end users can be varied and controlled based upon the groups the users are members of.

As a part of configuring the HTML5 portal you will need to set up permissions to control what users can see. Configuration of the portal permissions are done inside Service Manager within the service catalog, catalog items groups, and user role areas.

Getting ready

Make sure that Service Manager is up and running, the HTML5 portal is installed, and that you are using an account that has the administrator role in Service Manager.

How to do it...

To set up permission for the portal in a nutshell we need to create a catalog group, add all the Service ...

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