Manage users and admins
The Splunk Data Stream Processor User Management page allows you to add users and promote users to admin roles.
Pre-defined roles in the
The Splunk Data Stream Processor has two roles: users and admins.
|user||Users have CRUD permissions on their own pipelines and are able to use the Ingest Service to send data to their pipeline. Users do not have access to the User Management page, nor do they have CRUD permissions on pipelines created by other users or admins, nor do they have CRUD permissions on connections.|
|admin||Admins inherit all capabilities that a |
Who should be granted permissions?
Administrators of the have full access over all Data Stream Processor resources and operations. For security purposes, you should only assign the admin role to trusted users who need the highest permissions in order to accomplish tasks required for their jobs. It is also important to understand that by granting them admin-level permissions, you are also granting them access to other resources on your network. pipelines often consume data from internal resources such as servers and databases, and thus the Data Stream Processor admin must have sufficient permissions in order to find and manage this data. Therefore, it's critically important that you restrict the admin role to only trusted users. In addition, for security reasons, you should exercise caution if you choose to make the DSP UI available on a public network.
Add or edit Data Stream Processor users and roles
To add a user to the Splunk Data Stream Processor, perform the following steps:
- From the Data Stream Processor homepage, click on User Management.
- Click create user.
- Enter the user's first and last name and their email address.
- (Optional) Click the Admin checkbox to add this user as an admin.
- Enter a temporary password for the user.
- Click Save.
The user account appears in the Users page. You can contact the user to provide the login credentials needed to access the Splunk Data Stream Processor. At this time, users are unable to change their password without the help of an admin.
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This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Data Stream Processor: 1.1.0, 1.2.0, 1.2.1-patch02, 1.2.1, 1.2.2-patch02