Who is this article for?
CrashPlan for Small Business, no.
Code42 for Enterprise, yes.
Link: Product plans and features.
This article is a reference guide for settings used to manage security keys, roles, LDAP, Radius, and Single Sign-On.
|a||Require SSL to access console||
Forces all web requests to use SSL. This setting impacts:
|b||SSL Keystore||Displays the Java keystore that contains your key materials.|
Imports your own SSL keystore into this enterprise server.
|d||Export Keystore||Exports the currently installed SSL keystore to a file. This option is not available if the default keystore is in use.|
|e||Reset Keystore||Deletes the existing keystore and randomly generates a new SSL keystore.|
|f||RSA Public Key||Displays the public RSA key used for transport security.|
|g||RSA Private Key||Displays the private RSA key used for transport security.|
|h||Change RSA Key Pair||
Changes the RSA key pair used for transport security.
Changing rsa keys will break server Connections
Changing the RSA key pair will break any current connections between this master server and other Code42 servers. We do not recommend it in multiple-server configurations. Restoring the connections requires manually adjusting server databases.
The Roles screen displays all user roles and the specific permissions assigned to each role. You can add, copy, and edit user roles from this screen. To assign user roles, go to the specific user's User Details > Action Menu > Edit > Roles. You may also assign roles within your existing LDAP integration settings, using the role name script.
The SYSADMIN role has full read-write access to all orgs, users, and configuration settings. Users with the SYSADMIN role can grant any permission to themselves and to any other role or user. Other admin users with read-write access are allowed to grant only the permissions granted to themselves. When a permission is removed from an admin role, admins with the updated role can no longer grant the removed permission to any other user.
|a||Roles||Lists all currently available roles.|
|b||Copy Role||Creates a new role.|
|c||Edit Role||Edits the role. Default roles cannot be edited.|
|d||Delete Role||Deletes the role. Default roles cannot be deleted.|
|e||Permissions||Lists the permissions assigned to a role.|
|f||Add||Creates a new role with custom permissions.|
|g||Users||Displays the number of users currently assigned the selected role. Click to display a list of those users.|
Add or edit roles
|a||Role||Specifies the name of the role.|
|b||Permissions Editor||Determines which permissions are assigned to this role.|
Standard role reference
The available standard roles, as well as the permissions, limitations, and recommended use cases for each are described in the table below.
For details about the specific permissions held by each role, review them in your administration console at Settings > Security > Roles.
|Role||Permission Summary||Limitations||Recommended Use Case|
|Admin Restore|| |
|No access to the CrashPlan web app or CrashPlan app||Assign in conjunction with a role that has access to the CrashPlan web app and CrashPlan app|
|Admin Restore Limited|| |
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Assign in conjunction with a role that has access to the CrashPlan web app and CrashPlan app
|All Org Admin|| |
|No "root" level access|| |
IT staff who need to perform administrative tasks, but who should not have "root" level access
|All Org Manager|| |
Review statistics about all of the organizations in your Code42 environment and retrieve data
|Read-only access to prevent them from mistakenly changing settings or deleting data||Executive users who need statistics, but not technical details, about your Code42 environment|
|Desktop User|| |
|Cannot interact with other users' data or change settings in your Code42 environment||End users in your organization|
|Org Admin|| |
| ||Administrators who should only manage users and devices within a specific organization|
|Org Help Desk|| |
| ||Help desk staff who can assist others within their organization, but not reconfigure any settings|
|Org Manager|| |
| ||Executive users who need statistics, but not technical details, about their organization (not the entire Code42 environment)|
|PROe User|| |
| ||End users in your organization|
|Push Restore|| |
| ||Help desk staff who will assist others with restoring data. Assign in conjunction with a role that has access to the CrashPlan web app.|
|Remote File Selection|| |
| ||Help desk staff who will monitor backups. Assign in conjunction with a role that has access to the CrashPlan web app.|
|Server Administrator|| |
Cannot perform tasks reserved for system administrator, such as editing the local administrator account password
IT staff who need administrative privileges for the Code42 environment
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Grant with caution! The roles Server Administrator or All Org Admin may be more appropriate.
For LDAP information please see the dedicated LDAP page.
|a||Server Name||Identifies the RADIUS server within your Code42 environment.|
Specifies hostname or IP address and port of the RADIUS server, in the format:
|c||Shared Secret||Sets the shared encryption key that the master server and RADIUS server use to communicate securely.|
|d||Attributes||Sets the attribute/value pairs you want to send to the RADIUS server with each access request. Either the NAS-Identifer or NAS-IP-Address attribute/value pair is required.|
|e||Timeout seconds||Sets the timeout period for all RADIUS requests.|
(4.1.6 and later)
Sets the protocol used for communication with the RADIUS server:
When single sign-on (SSO) is enabled in your master server, your Code42 environment delegates all authentication and authorization to the organization's identity provider for a single source of trust. You are able to centrally control all authentication - users never enter a password into Code42 applications or the administration console. Authentication and authorization is delegated (redirected) to an identity provider, where the login is performed.
For SSO configuration instructions, see Single Sign-On.
Code42 platform version 4.1.6
|a||Service Provider Metadata URL||Displays the URL for the master server's SAML 2.0 metadata file. This file is used by the identity provider(s).|
Displays the configured SSO identity provider(s) and identity federation(s).
|c||Identity federation||Click to view, modify, or delete the identity federation.|
|d||Add identity provider||Click to add an identity provider from the identity federation.|
|e||Identity provider||Click to view, modify, or delete the identity provider.|
|f||Add Identity Provider or Federation||Click to configure a standalone identity provider or identity federation.|
|g||Edit this provider||Click to modify the identity provider or identity federation.|
|h||Delete this provider||Click to delete the identity provider or identity federation. Identity providers cannot be deleted while they are in use by the default organization settings or specific organizations.|
|i||Identity Provider Details||Displays a read-only view of identity provider or identity federation configuration, including metadata URL and attribute mapping. Click Edit this provider to modify the configuration.|
Identity provider metadata
The following screen appears when configuring a standalone identity provider or identity federation.
|a||Identity Provider metadata URL||
Sets the URL for the standalone identity provider or identity federation metadata file. The master server must be able to access this URL.
|b||Continue||Click to obtain configuration values from the metadata file referenced by the URL.|
Identity provider settings
The following screen appears when configuring a standalone identity provider or identity federation after you enter a metadata URL and click Continue, or when configuring an identity provider from an identity federation.
|a||Identity Provider metadata URL / Choose identity provider||
|b||Update||Click to check the metadata file referenced by the URL for changes.|
|c||Display name||Sets the name of your organization's SSO identity provider. This is a descriptive label and the text entered here is displayed to the user on the sign-in screen of the Code42 applications and administration console.|
|d||Path to identify provider display name
Sets the path to identity provider display names in the identity federation metadata XML file.
|e||Use default mapping||Enables or disables default mapping between Code42 platform username attributes and SSO username attributes.|
Maps Code42 platform usernames to the SSO name identifier or a custom attribute.
|g||Maps Code42 platform user email addresses to an SSO attribute.|
|h||First name||Maps Code42 platform user first names to an SSO attribute.|
|i||Last name||Maps Code42 platform user last names to an SSO attribute.|
Code42 platform version 4.1.4 & 4.1.5 (CrashPlan PROe only)
|a||Enable||Enables or disables single sign-on. Additional configuration fields are only presented when SSO is enabled.|
|b||Identify provider name||Sets the name of your organization's SSO identity provider. This is a descriptive label and the text entered here is displayed to the user on the sign-in screen of the CrashPlan app and administration console.|
|c||Identify provider metadata (URL)||Sets the URL to the ldP's metadata file. This location is specific to your SSO environment. The master server must be able to access this URL.|
|d||Service provider metadata||
After a valid path to the identity provider metadata file has been entered, displays a link to the enterprise server's service provider metadata file is provided.
|e||SSL certificate||Links to Settings > Security > Keys. You must have a valid, CA-signed SSL certificate installed both on the master server and your Identity Provider in order to successfully configure your Code42 environment to use SSO.|
Storage server security settings
Viewing the Security settings from the administration console of a storage server presents a limited number of options for SSL.
|a||Require SSL to access console|
Displays the Java keystore that contains your key materials.
Imports your own SSL keystore into this enterprise server. The imported keystore replaces any previously installed SSL certificate. The enterprise server comes with a self-signed SSL certificate. The keystore is stored within the enterprise server's embedded database.
Exports the currently installed SSL keystore to a file.
Deletes existing keystore and randomly generates a new SSL keystore.