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Which options are given on features, when editing a Role on Gaia Platform?

A.
Read/Write, Read Only

B.
Read/Write, Read only, None

C.
Read/Write, None

D.
Read Only, None

Explanation:
Roles
Role-based administration (RBA) lets you create administrative roles for users. With RBA, an administrator can
allow Gaia users to access specified features by including those features in a role and assigning that role to
users. Each role can include a combination of administrative (read/write) access to some features, monitoring
(read-only) access to other features, and no access to other features.
You can also specify which access mechanisms (WebUI or the CLI) are available to the user.

Which options are given on features, when editing a Role on Gaia Platform? 1

Note – When users log in to the WebUI, they see only those features that they have read-only or read/write
access to. If they have read-only access to a feature, they can see the settings pages, but cannot change the
settings.
Gaia includes these predefined roles:
adminRole – Gives the user read/write access to all features.
monitorRole- Gives the user read-only access to all features.
You cannot delete or change the predefined roles.

Which options are given on features, when editing a Role on Gaia Platform? 2

Note – Do not define a new user for external users. An external user is one that is defined on an authentication
server (such as RADIUS or TACACS) and not on the local Gaia system.

https://sc1.checkpoint.com/documents/R77/CP_R77_Gaia_AdminWebAdminGuide/
html_frameset.htm?topic=documents/R77/CP_R77_Gaia_AdminWebAdminGuide/75930

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