Visual KPI has object-level security for Visual KPI sites, so you can choose the security model and level of security detail that best works for your organization.
Security in Visual KPI uses standard Microsoft Active Directory and/or local Server Groups and Users. Learn more about Visual KPI Security.
Each object (for example, Groups, KPIs, Values, Trends, and more) in Visual KPI can have its visibility restricted based on any combination of these local and Domain users and groups.
Learn more about how to Create Local Groups with Visual KPI Server Manager
To set up object-level security, you’ll need to follow several steps:
- Disable the permissions inheritance on both Interfaces and WebServices applications from the Visual KPI instance, or website. See Decouple Directory Inheritance
- Disable Anonymous access on the Visual KPI instance application in the Authentication section of IIS. See Enable Security in IIS Manager.
- Create an access Group list. See Create Local Groups with Visual KPI Server Manager
- Enable object-level security in the Visual KPI Designer. See Enable and Assign Access for Object-level Security
- Assign an access Group to any KPI or object. See Enable and Assign Access for Object-level Security