Webroot antivirus is the trusted software which secures your device from all kind of external and internal threat. It monitors your network traffic and also creates a wall of defense between your gadget and threat. You can install this superb software through www.webroot.com/safe. This software gives so much facility to the user so that they can surf the web with proper safety. It protects their identity from attackers and also stops unauthorized access to your device. It gives user friendly interface and advanced features for the protection of your Android Phone like Anti-Theft and Camera trap feature. In this blog, you will read how to configure Administrative Permission in Endpoint Protection Console.
What You Can Manage From the Endpoint Protection Console?
From the Endpoint Protection Console, you can Control access to the consoles, Limit your group related actions, you can Allow/block policy modification, you can control the types of overrides which is created, limit access to agent commands, and also Allow/block alert creation.
How to Configure Administrative Permission in Endpoint Protection Console?
To configure administrative permission, you have to log into the Webroot management console. Then, you have to open the Endpoint Protection console. In this, for Webroot MSP consoles, you have to click on the name of the site which is under the Site Tab. For Webroot Business consoles, under Endpoint Protection you have to click on the Endpoint Protection Console button.
Now from the top menu bar, you have to click on Admins just to open the Manage Admins page. Then you have to locate the admin account which you want to modify. After this, you have to click on the Edit button. Now in the Account Settings page, you have to select the Access & Permissions tab. Here you have to configure the permissions in the Account Settings – Access & Permissions page. Now you have to hit on the Save Access & Permissions button when you the setting is complete.
In Account Setting Page, Access and Permission Options are:
Groups – You can Create and Edit, Deactivate/Reactivate Endpoints, and Assign Endpoints to Groups.
Policies – You can Create and Edit, and Assign Policies to Endpoints.
Overrides – In this, there are File and Web Overrides and also File Determination Capabilities (Good and Bad).
Commands – The options are None, Simple, Advanced and Expert.
Alert – The option available are Create and Edit.
Console Access Options:
SecureAnywhere console. – From here you can change the level of access between No Access, Basic and Admin levels for the Webroot management console.
Admin: In this, you will have the full access to all keycodes, users and account settings.
Basic: You will have limited access to consoles and account settings.
No Access: in this, you will have no access.
Endpoint Protection Console. In this, you can change the level of access between No Access, Basic and Admin levels for the Endpoint Protection Console.
Admin: You will have full access to all keycodes, users and account settings.
Basic: You have limited access to consoles and account settings.
No Access: In this, you will have No access.
For more information, you can just visit to the website of Webroot through webroot.com/safe.