In the Enterprise Admin Console, you can create custom application roles, which allow you to define which features of the Kore application that specified users can access. For example, you may want a group of users to only be able to access the Kore application client using a mobile device.
Assigning Application Roles
In Kore, new users are automatically assigned the Kore Default Application Role. The Default Application Role provides access to all of Kore features and clients. If you want a subset of your company users to have limited access to Kore, you should create a custom application role and assign the role to the subset of users. If you want to limit access to some Kore features to all users in your company, you should create a new custom application role, and the make that application role as the new default application role. And finally, if you want different limitations for different groups of users, create multiple custom application roles, and then assign the custom role to the users in that group, for example, admins, support, and customer groups.
In the Roles & Permissions module, you can define application roles on the Application Roles page as shown in the following illustration.
The following list describes the columns displayed in the admin console table.
|Role Name||Displays the Kore role name used in the Enterprise Admin Console.|
|Description||Displays the description of the role, if defined.|
|Users||Displays the number of users assigned to the application role.|
|Ellipses icon||Click to display the following application role commands:
The following list describes the controls available on the Application Roles Page.
- New Role - Click to open the New Role dialog to create a new application role.
- Enterprise-wide Application Rules - Select Disable all incoming attachments to prevent delivery of any incoming message or email that contains attachments.
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To get started, you need to create an application role to assign to one or more users. For more information, see Adding a New Application Role.