Yes. Each user is associated with a role that dictates how they can interact with assets, and which application features they can access. Hyperview grants the most access privileges to the Administrator role with gradually fewer access privileges enabled to each role below that.
|Administrator||Has unrestricted, system-wide access in Hyperview and is not impacted by asset access policies|
|Data Center Manager||Has complete asset management privileges, but cannot run or configure discoveries, administer accounts, view the application log, or make system-wide changes|
|Power User||Has Data Center Manager-level privileges, but cannot delete or bulk delete records|
|Reporting||Has read-only access to Hyperview for reporting purposes|
|Read Only||Has read-only access to Hyperview|