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Comment: Reverted from v. 8

Account role-based access privilege system is available since v. 1.4.0.

Each system user has a role (Administrator, Operator, Read-only, None).
Access to various parts of the application is limited according to users access role.

This article describes the access that each role has.


System access table



OperatorRead-onlyNoneLoginXAccess to all featuresread-only accessXChange any settingsXXLicense settings

read-only access

XXUser managementXXX




Accounts with the 'Administrator' access role have full access to Unimus and all features within.

In other words, 'Administrator' users are not limited in any way.


Accounts with the 'Operator' role have full read/write access to Unimus, except:

  • Operators have no access to the 'User management' screen
  • Access to 'License settings' is read-only (can see, but can't chance license key)

We recommend that most users have 'Operator' set as their access role.

Users authenticated from Radius are assigned the 'Operator' role.


'Read-only' role accounts have read-only access to Unimus - they can not configure or change any settings.

Additionally, read-only accounts have these limitations:

  • Read-only accounts have no access to the 'User management' screen
  • Read-only accounts have no access to the 'License settings' menu

Access for read-only account can be further restricted using 'Device access tags'.
Please see this wiki article for more information:


Device access tags.


Accounts with the 'None' role have no access to the application - they can not even log in.

This role is meant to deny access to Unimus for a particular account, without the need to delete that account.


System access table

Access to all featuresread-only accessX
Change any settingsXX
License settings

read-only access

User managementXXX