This article describes how to manage server-side users and permission roles for the Tealium Customer Data Hub.
This article covers the following topics:
Server-side user permissions provide control over the degree of access users have for each profile by creating a separation of access between the Tealium client-side interface and the server-side interface. From the server-side Manage Users screen, you can do the following:
Admins of the server-side interface are the only users that have the ability to change the permissions of server-side users. None of the server-side permission roles grant this ability.
To be an admin on the server-side, you must have the Manage Account permission in the client-side interface.
Only the Manage Users permission on the client-side grants the ability to add users to the account. To learn more about managing user permission in Tealium iQ Tag Management, see Managing User Permissions in iQ Tag Management.
Server-side access is controlled using predefined permission roles. For each profile in the account, users are assigned a permission role to determine their access level.
The following table describes the four available server-side permission roles:
|No Access (default)||
Profile access between the server-side and client-side product is mutually exclusive. For example, you can grant Save and Publish permissions for client-side products without impacting server-side product permissions for a given profile. In addition, if you remove or change user access to a profile on the client-side, it is not removed or changed on the server-side.
To give a user access to server-side, you must first add them in the client-side interface. In the client-side interface you must have the Manage Users permission to add users to your account and the Manage Account permission to manage permissions in the server-side interface.
To add a user with only permission to a server-side profile, follow these steps:
To edit server-side user permissions, you must have the Manage Account permission, which is assigned from the client-side interface.
Use the following steps to view and edit server-side permissions for a user:
Use the following steps to set permissions for future profiles, which allows user admins to define a profile-level permission role for users of new profiles created for an account.
Use the following steps to edit the permission role for multiple users: