Administrator- Role-based access control in Zoom app

 

 

 

Type of Default role as Admin in Zoom 

 

  • Owner
  • Administrator
  • Member

 

The above default roles are associated with the default permissions.

These permissions control what users can edit and view when they login to their account.

Role-based access control allows you to have a set of permissions that allow access only to pages that users need to view or edit. You can also change the administrator’s system role permissions.

Only the owner can assign this role. If you want users to be granted role assignment rights in addition to the owner, you can customize the role and assign users to the role to grant role assignment rights in addition to the owner.

Note: Users can only be assigned one role.

 

Requirements for access control

  • Requires Enterprise, Business, Education, or Pro Plans
  • You must be an account owner to set up your first role
  • Subsequent role management requires that you are an account owner or a user with role management authority

 

Access control procedure

Because only the owner can initially add user roles, Zoom recommends adding a role that allows the owner to manage at least one other user role.

 

Add a role with the right to allow others to add a role

  • Log in to zoom.us as an account owner.
  • Management of the role ] by clicking on the, then [ add the role and click.
  • Fill in the name and description of the role.
  • Click the checkbox in the edit column of the setting item of role permission, and set the management permission you want to set.

 

 

If you grant Edit permissions to Manage Roles, users with this newly created role will be able to create and manage user roles. Owners are not the only ones who can do this task. Also, if you want users in this role to view or edit additional pages, click other checkboxes.

  • Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Save Changes to return to the Manage Roles page.

 

 

  • Add assignments to the created role. Click Edit to
    the right of the role you created.

 

  • [ Role Members] to open the Tab

 

  • [ Add Member and then click.
  • Enter the email address of the user assigned to this role and click Add.

 

  • If you want to change the assigned role, the right of the user [ movement] and click.
  • Select the new role, [ movement] and click.

 

How to Add user Role in Zoom

 

  • Log in to zoom.us as an account owner or with a role that allows you to create a role.
  • Management of the role ] by clicking on the, then [ add the role and click.
  • Fill in the name and description of the role.
  • Click on one or more checkboxes to enable the users in this role the right to view or edit these pages.
  • Scroll to the bottom of the page, [ to save the changes ] Click to return to the management page of the role.
  • [Of created role add members ] and click.
  • Enter the email address of the user assigned to this role.
  • Click Add.

 

Role Assignment to Existing User

  • Log in to zoom.us as an account owner or with a role that allows you to create a role.
  • User Management ] Click to the right of the user name to be added to the user’s role [ Edit] and then click.
  • Drop down the role of the user, select the role, [ Save ] and then click.
  • Select the name of the role to which you want to add the user.

 

  • Click the Save button to return to the user page.
  • The user page displays the user’s specified role for the selected user.

 

Change the content of existing role permissions

  • Log in to zoom.us as an account owner or with a role that allows you to create a role.
  • Management of the role ] by clicking on the, of the action column of the role you want to change [ Edit ] and then click.

 

  • Click the checkbox to enable the user as admin with this role the right to view or edit these pages.

 

  • Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Save Changes.

 

Role Management authority List in Zoom

 

User and permission management

User: View and edit user information such as user assignment to roles.

Role Management: View existing roles and create and modify user roles.

Enabling edit permission automatically enables the user’s edit permission.

User group: Display and edit groups. All users in a group inherit their permissions from that group’s role.

 

Account management

Account Profile: View and set account profile settings.

Account Settings: View and edit settings that affect all users in your account.

Webinar Settings: View and edit settings that affect all webinars that users in your account have decided to schedule.

Record Management: View and edit the recording information of meetings hosted by users in your account.

 

Manage Zoom Rooms

Zoom Rooms: View and edit Zoom Rooms settings at the account level.

Digital Signage: View / Edit the digital signage of your account.

Mobile Device Management: View or edit mobile device management for the account.

View or edit in mobile device management

 

IM management

Chat history: View archived chat messages in your account.

IM group: Display and edit the IM group of accounts.

IM settings: View and edit IM settings that affect all users in your account.

 

Dashboards and reports

Dashboard: View account usage statistics.

Usage Report: View account usage report details.

User Activity Report: Displays a detailed user activity report that can be used for auditing.

Tracking Field Schedule: View and edit the fields that can be used to analyze meeting usage.

 

Extended function

Developer Zoom

H.323 / SIP room connector

Meeting connector

Hybrid: Token configuration and listing of proxy zone controllers

Branding

Security: View or edit user password conditions and security settings

Single sign-on

Integration

 

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