User Roles and Permissions

Yeastar P-Series PBX System allows super administrator to have a role-based control over the features accessible to different users within the organization, which helps enforce the system security. This topic describes what is a user role, and introduces the pre-defined user roles.

What is a user role

A user role is a set of permissions that control access to features and configurations on Yeastar P-Series PBX System. User roles usually correspond to employees' responsibilities. For example, you can assign Supervisor to the leader of a specific department while Employee to members within the department.

Pre-defined user roles

Yeastar P-Series PBX System has pre-defined roles with built-in permissions as follows:

Table 1.
Role Permission
Super administrator

Has access to all features on the system.

Note: The username of super administrator is created when you first configure the system, and the username is unchangeable.
Administrator

Has access to all features except viewing Dashboard and managing user roles.

Supervisor Has no access to any features on the system.
Operator Has access to security-related and maintenance-related settings.

For more information, see Security and Maintenance.

Employee Has no access to any features on the system.
Human Resource

Has access to viewing and managing all the extensions.

Accounting Has access to managing Plan.