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Starling CertAccess Hosted - Web Portal User Guide

General tips and getting started Requests Attestation Responsibilities Managing data Managing user permissions for the Web Portal Setting up and configuring request functions Appendix: Attestation conditions and approval policies from attestation procedures

Deleting data

You can delete all the data in a domain. For example, this might be necessary if want to import everything again in order to have a clean set of data.

NOTE: You can only delete data from a domain if synchronization is set up for the domain in the Starling CertAccess Agent. If you still want to delete domain data, remove the synchronization in the Starling CertAccess Agent first.

To display issues

  1. In the menu bar, click Data > Data Explorer.

  2. In the Data Explorer, click Delete data.

  3. In the Delete data dialog, in the Delete domain menu, select the domain whose data you want to delete.

  4. Click Delete all data.

    NOTE: Deleting the data may take some time.

Generating reports

You can generate comprehensive reports for identities, user accounts, system entitlements.

To generate a report

  1. In the menu bar, click Data > Reports.

  2. On the Reports page, perform the following:

    • To generate a report about identities, enable identities.

    • To generate a report about user accounts, enable User accounts.

    • To generate a report about system entitlements, enable System entitlements.

  3. In the Select a report menu, filter the list by selecting a report. Depending on what you selected in the previous step, the reports (with more parameters) on offer will vary:

  4. In the Period to be considered (in days), enter how many of the previous days to take into account in the report. For example, if you enter 15 here, the last 15 days are taken into account.

  5. Click Generate report.

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Managing user permissions for the Web Portal

Application roles help control Web Portal users permissions. Identities become members in application roles and obtain their permissions through them.

Application roles have the following aims:

  • Program functions, identities, company resources, approval workflows and approval policies are assigned to fixed application roles. Permissions for these application roles must not be defined specifically for the company. This simplifies how you manage permissions.

  • Enables audit secure internal administration of Starling CertAccess users and their permissions. Permissions can be granted through assignment, request, and approval or by calculation on account of specific properties. The plausibility of the permissions can be tested at any time with the attestation function.

  • Users are provided with initial permissions, which they require for carrying out their tasks. For example, this is a way to create initially required user accounts.

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Displaying application roles

You can display any application roles and their members.

To display an application role

  1. In the menu bar, click Setup > Application roles.

    This opens the Application Roles page.

  2. (Optional) To display the members of an application role, in the list, click the application role.

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