Required privileges for the Transaction Finder plugin - Transaction Finder 3.2.0.0

Transaction Finder Plugin Guide 3.2.0.0

Applies to
Transaction Finder 3.2.0.0
Last updated
2022-05-05
Content type
Guides > Plugin and extension guides
Language
English
Product
Transaction Finder
Version
3.2

For administrators to install and configure the plugin in Config Tool, and for operators to monitor the POS system in Security Desk, the correct user privileges must be granted to their user accounts.

Privileges added by the Transaction Finder plugin

The following table lists the privileges added to Security Center when the plugin is installed. If these privileges are missing from the privileges list, the plugin is not installed on your local computer.

Although every company's organization is unique, we typically assign Config Tool and Security Desk privileges to users who install the plugin and set up the Security Desk workstations for operators. Operators are usually granted access to Security Desk privileges. Some privileges are required by all users.

Privileges Description Application User role
Transaction Finder Allows the user to manage Transaction Finder properties. SD and CT Admin
Task privileges Task privileges control the accessibility of the tasks. SD Admin
Investigation Allows the user to run investigative tasks. SD All
Item transactions Allows the user to generate the Item transaction reports. SD All
Transactions Allows the user to generate the Transactions reports. SD All
Operation Allows the user to run operative tasks. SD All
Transaction monitoring Allows the user to view live terminal transactions. SD All
Action privileges Action privileges control the actions that can be performed on Security Center entities. SD All
terminal Allows the user to perform actions related to terminals and transactions. SD All
Export transaction Allows the user to export transaction data. SD All
Physical entities Allows the user to manage physical entities. CT Admin
View terminal properties Allows the user to view terminal configurations. CT Admin
Modify terminals Allows the user to modify terminal configurations. CT Admin
Add terminal Allows the user to add terminal entities. CT Admin
Delete terminal Allows the user to delete terminal entities. CT Admin
View parser properties Allows the user to view parser configurations. CT Admin
Modify parsers Allows the user to modify parser configurations. CT Admin
Add parsers Allows the user to add parsers. CT Admin
Delete parsers Allows the user to delete parsers. CT Admin
Legend for applications:
SD
Security Desk
CT
Config Tool

Privileges common to all plugins and extensions

Administrators have access to all privileges. However, if you create a user account from the Provisioning template and you want this user to add and configure your plugin, that user needs the following Security Center privileges.

Privilege Description Application User role
View license Allows the user to view the software license. CT Admin
View role properties Allows the user to view role properties. CT Admin
Modify role properties Allows the user to modify role properties. CT Admin
Add roles Allows the user to add roles. CT Admin
Delete roles Allows the user to delete roles. CT Admin
View server properties Allows the user to view server properties. CT Admin
Modify custom field definitions Allows the user to add, modify, and delete custom field definitions and custom data types. CT Admin
Modify custom events Allows the user to add, modify, and delete custom events. CT Admin
Modify event-to-actions Allows the user to add, modify, and delete event-to-actions. CT Admin

General privileges

Application privileges grant access to the Security Center applications.

Privileges Description Application User role
Print/export reports Allows the user to print and save reports to files. SD All
Remove entries from a report Allows the user to remove selected entries from reports in Security Desk. SD Admin
Report incidents Allows the user to report incidents in Security Desk. SD Integrator, Operator
Modify reported incidents Allows the user to modify incident reports and incident packages in Security Desk. SD Admin

Security Center video privileges

The Transaction Finder plugin uses cameras and video. Search for all "video" privileges. Go through the list and grant or deny access as required for each user.

Security Center asset management privileges

The Transaction Finder plugin is used to manage assets. Search for all "asset" privileges. Go through the list and grant or deny access as required for each user.