I have reviewed the permissions for PA Server monitor and they do not seem to be very flexible. Either you are admin or you are not and can only view/run reports. I would like to know if there is a way to allow a NON admin user to put servers into maintenance mode?

asked 16 Jul '15, 14:27

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Hi skahlam,

There is a way to add those permissions to a user. Go to Settings -> Remote Settings -> Filter User Access. In this menu you can select the user you want to give this type of permission to. Towards the lower right you will see two checkboxes. One of them is labeled "Put Servers into immediate maintenance mode". If the user has this option selected for them they will be able to put a server into immediate maintenance.

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Quinn

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answered 16 Jul '15, 17:23

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edited 16 Jul '15, 17:24

Brilliant!

(16 Jul '15, 18:07) skahlam
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