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  1. About the Security Guide
  2. Introduction to Informatica Security
  3. User Authentication
  4. LDAP Security Domains
  5. Kerberos Authentication
  6. Domain Security
  7. Single Sign-on for Informatica Web Applications
  8. Security Management in Informatica Administrator
  9. Users and Groups
  10. Privileges and Roles
  11. Permissions
  12. Audit Reports
  13. Command Line Privileges and Permissions
  14. Custom Roles
  15. Default List of Cipher Suites

Privileges

Privileges

Privileges determine the actions that users can perform in application clients. Informatica includes the following privileges:
  • Domain privileges. Determine actions that users can perform on the Informatica domain using the Administrator tool and the infacmd and pmrep command line programs.
  • Domain privileges. Determine actions on the Informatica domain that users can perform using the Administrator tool.
  • Analyst Service privilege. Determines actions that users can perform using Informatica Analyst.
  • Content Management Service privilege. Determines actions that users can perform using reference tables in the Informatica Developer tool and the Informatica Analyst tool.
  • Data Integration Service privilege. Determines actions on applications that users can perform using the Administrator tool and the infacmd command line program. This privilege also determines whether users can drill down and export profile results.
  • Data Integration Service privilege. Determines actions on applications that users can perform using the Administrator tool. This privilege also determines whether users can drill down and export profile results.
  • Metadata Manager Service privileges. Determine actions that users can perform using Metadata Manager.
  • Model Repository Service privilege. Determines actions on projects that users can perform using Informatica Analyst and Informatica Developer.
  • Model Repository Service privilege. Determines actions on projects that users can perform using Informatica Developer.
  • PowerCenter Repository Service privileges. Determine PowerCenter repository actions that users can perform using the Repository Manager, Designer, Workflow Manager, Workflow Monitor, and the pmrep and pmcmd command line programs.
  • PowerExchange application service privileges. Determine actions that users can perform on the PowerExchange Listener Service and PowerExchange Logger Service using the infacmd pwx commands.
  • Scheduler Service privileges. Determine actions that users can perform using the Scheduler Service.
  • Test Data Manager Service privileges. Determine data discovery, data masking, data subset, and test data generation tasks that users can perform using the Test Data Manager.
Privileges determine the actions that users can perform in application clients. Informatica includes domain privileges that determine actions that users can perform using the Administrator tool.
You assign privileges to users and groups for application services. You can assign different privileges to a user for each application service of the same service type.
You assign privileges to users and groups on the
Security tab
of the Administrator tool.
The Administrator tool organizes privileges into levels. A privilege is listed below the privilege that it includes. Some privileges include other privileges. When you assign a privilege to users and groups, the Administrator tool also assigns any included privileges.


Updated October 10, 2019