Administrator Role Overview
Note: This section describes the primary (or central) Administrator role in a Cisco Vision Dynamic Signage Director system. In Release 5.0, an additional administrative role called the Venue Administrator is introduced. A Venue Administrator has a subset of administrative permissions that are authorized on a per-venue basis. See Table 2.
The primary Administrator role has unrestricted access to the Cisco Vision Dynamic Signage Director software, and is the only role that can add users and assign RBAC privileges to them. The Administrator role is pre-configured in Cisco Vision Dynamic Signage Director and cannot be deleted. However, you can change the password. You also can have more than one user assigned with Administrator privileges.
The Cisco Vision Dynamic Signage Director administrator is the person who is responsible for deploying the Cisco Vision solution throughout the venue.
The primary administrator has sufficient permissions to do the following functions:
■Installing, upgrading, backing up, and restoring Cisco Vision Dynamic Signage Director servers.
■Associating objects (including Venue Operators and Venue Administrators) to venues.
Note: Users assigned to the Administrator role have global access to all venues in a multi-venue environment. Venue Administrators only have access to those venues for which they are authorized by a primary Cisco Vision Dynamic Signage Director administrator.
■Creating additional users and assigning roles.
■Adding devices to Cisco Vision Director.
■Configuring the channel lineup (Content Managers can also configure this area).
■Configuring local control areas such as luxury suites, back offices, and bars.
■Configuring Point of Sale (POS).
■Generating Proof of Play (PoP).
■Configuring the Dynamic Menu Board application.
■Configuring the TV Off custom application.
■Configuring Command Center Monitoring (CCM), including rebooting DMPs and controlling TVs.