Required privileges for the SPS CheckPoint plugin - For administrators to install and configure the plugin in Config Tool, and for operators to monitor the guard tours and associated checkpoints in Security Desk, the correct user privileges must be granted to their user accounts. - Security Patrol System (SPS) CheckPoint 3.0

SPS CheckPoint Plugin Guide 3.0

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Security Patrol System (SPS) CheckPoint 3.0
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2019-11-06

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

Privileges added by the SPS CheckPoint plugin

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

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

Privilege Application User Role Description
Tour monitoring SD Operator Allows the user to monitor in real-time the progress of guard tours and personnel sweeps.
Tour history SD Operator Allows the user to generate the report task for this plugin.
Checkpoint history SD Operator Allows the user to generate the report task for this plugin.
Tour statistics SD Operator Allows the user to generate the report task for this plugin.
Tour audit trails SD Operator Allows the user to generate the report task for this plugin.

Application codes:

SD
Security Desk
CT
Config Tool

Common Security Center privileges for plugins

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, you will need the following Security Center privileges.

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

Security Center tile plugin privileges

The SPS CheckPoint plugin uses the tile plugins feature to display custom content or web pages in a video tile in Security Desk. See About tile plugins.

Privileges Description Application User role
Change tile content To change what is displayed in the video tiles. For the user managing tile plugins. SD  
View tile plugin properties To view the tile plugins added to Security Desk. For all users. SD  
Modify tile plugin properties To modify tile plugins in Config Tool. For the user managing tile plugins. SD  
Add tile plugins To add tile plugins in Config Tool. For the user managing tile plugins. SD  
Delete tile plugins To delete tile plugins in Config Tool. For the user managing tile plugins. SD  
View web pages Open web pages from a Security Desk tile. Applies to web pages added to Security Desk using the tile plugin. SD