To implement a One Identity Manager database or a One Identity Manager History Database on a SQL Server or a managed instance in Azure SQL Database, you are provided with SQL Server logins and database users for administrative users, configuration users and end users. Permissions at server and database level are matched to suit the user's tasks.
For more information about users and their permissions, see the One Identity Manager Installation Guide. and the One Identity Manager Data Archiving Administration Guide.
For more information about minimum access levels for One Identity Manager tools, see the One Identity Manager Authorization and Authentication Guide.
If you select an existing database connection in the connections dialog, the access level of the login to be used is shown in a tooltip.
Some user interfaces expect configuration user permissions at least. Logging in as an end user is not possible in this case.
To find the access level of the logged in user
To display user information, double-click the icon in the program status bar
On the System user tab, in the SQL access level field, you will see the access level for the current login. The access levels displayed are End user, Configuration user, Administrative user, System administrator, and Unknown.