User account properties and some command line

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User account properties andsome command-line interfacecommands, such as those usedto edit TMSH scripts.User ManagerAll user accounts in the usermanager's assigned partitions.Most objects in assigned partitionsplusCommon.ARP entries, archives, SNMPconfigurations displayed in theBIG-IP Configuration utility, logs,the advanced shell, and supporttools.ManagerVirtual servers, pool members, nodes,profiles, monitors, and iRulesinassigned partitions. Users with aManager role can also change theirown password.Most objects in assigned partitionsplusCommon.Other user accounts, ARPentries, archives, SNMPconfigurations displayed in theBIG-IP Configuration utility, logs,the advanced shell, and supporttools.Certificate ManagerAll digital certificates and FIPSoperations in assigned partitions, aswell as their own password.Most objects in assigned partitionsplusCommon.Other user accounts, ARPentries, archives, SNMPconfigurations displayed in theBIG-IP Configuration utility, logs,the advanced shell, and supporttools.iRule ManageriRules in assigned partitions, as wellas their own password.Most objects in assigned partitionsplusCommon.Other user accounts, ARPentries, archives, SNMPconfigurations displayed in theBIG-IP Configuration utility, logs,the advanced shell, and supporttools.Application EditorNodes, pools, pool members, andmonitors in assigned partitions, as wellas their own password.Most objects in assigned partitionsplusCommon.Other user accounts, ARPentries, archives, SNMPconfigurations displayed in theBIG-IP Configuration utility, logs,the advanced shell, and supporttools.®
2/25/2019AskF5 | Manual Chapter: User Roles7/10User roleWrite accessRead accessNo accessAcceleration Policy EditorAll Application AccelerationManager™ policy objects and profileson the system, as well as their ownpassword.Most objects on the system.Other user accounts, ARPentries, archives, SNMPconfigurations displayed in theBIG-IP Configuration utility, logs,and support tools.Firewall ManagerAll firewall rules and supportingobjects in assigned partitions, as wellas their own password. To modifyglobal and management port rules,Firewall Managers must have partitionCommonassigned to their accounts.Most objects in assigned partitionsplusCommon.Other user accounts, ARPentries, archives, SNMPconfigurations displayed in theBIG-IP Configuration utility, logs,and support tools.Application SecurityAdministratorAll Application Security Manager™security policy objects on the system,as well as their own password.Most objects in assigned partitionsplusCommon.Other user accounts, ARPentries, archives, SNMPconfigurations displayed in theBIG-IP Configuration utility, logs,and support tools.

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