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Checking RBAC (UUID permission) on Netbackup and Netbackup appliance

JimmyB2
Level 4

Hello,

it is very likely that our user has not right to get UUID during the API call.

How can I check if the user has UUID permission or not? For Netbackup appliance the address https://IP/webui is not working (or it is said, that user does not have RBAC to login). Is there any other commands for checking these permissions?

The second question would be how to increase missing UUID permission?

Any help much appriaciated!

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StefanosM
Level 6
Partner Accredited Certified

if you have not change the nbasecadmin password, you can not login to webUI

so

  • login to clish as nbasecadmin
  • change the nbasecadmin password
  • logout
  • login to clish as admin
  • create a netbackup user
  • login  to WEBUI as nbasecadmin  (with the new password) and add permissions to the new netbackup user
  • use this new user to test api calls

If i remember correctly, admin user can not logon to the webui

 

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Hi @StefanosM ,

in my test environmnet I have created new user:

Main_Menu > Manage > NetBackupCLI > Create UserName

And with this user it was possible to make working API call via powershell script. Moreover, it was possible to log in to WEBUI with this user as well.

Thank you for your support!

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StefanosM
Level 6
Partner Accredited Certified

if you have not change the nbasecadmin password, you can not login to webUI

so

  • login to clish as nbasecadmin
  • change the nbasecadmin password
  • logout
  • login to clish as admin
  • create a netbackup user
  • login  to WEBUI as nbasecadmin  (with the new password) and add permissions to the new netbackup user
  • use this new user to test api calls

If i remember correctly, admin user can not logon to the webui

 

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Hi @StefanosM ,

in my test environmnet I have created new user:

Main_Menu > Manage > NetBackupCLI > Create UserName

And with this user it was possible to make working API call via powershell script. Moreover, it was possible to log in to WEBUI with this user as well.

Thank you for your support!

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