The articles below may be useful to review prior to following the example below:

This article provides an example on how to make a well rounded and working permissions model. 

Let's say you have the following setup:

Following users to give access:

  • Dean of students - view all cameras in the College University organization
  • IT Director - view and edit all cameras in the College University organization
  • Librarian - view cameras in the Library group
  • Cafeteria Manager - view cameras in the Cafeteria group
  • South campus security officer - view all cameras in South Campus site
  • Art Professor - view cameras in the Arts Building group
  • Biology Professor - view cameras in the Science Building group

Permissions each user should have to fit their needs:

  • Dean of students - Org viewer and site viewer on all sites
  • IT Director - Org admin and site admin on all sites
  • Librarian - Org viewer and group viewer on the Library group
  • Cafeteria Manager - Org viewer and group viewer on the Cafeteria site
  • South campus security officer - Org Viewer and site viewer to the South Campus site
  • Art Professor - Org viewer and group viewer of the Art Building group
  • Biology Professor - Org viewer, group viewer of the Science Building group

*NOTE: Org and site/group permissions are not inherited. Org admin does not mean you get Site admin permissions. They are mutually exclusive and must be added individually.*

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