Oracle Solaris Cluster software provides rights profiles to identify who has rights to administer the cluster, including operations performed by using Oracle Solaris Cluster Manager. You can assign these rights profiles to users or to roles to give users different levels of access to Oracle Solaris Cluster software.
Note the following behaviors for users or roles when logged in to Oracle Solaris Cluster Manager:
If a user does not have sufficient rights to perform certain actions in Oracle Solaris Cluster Manager, such as Delete, the buttons for those actions are not displayed.
If you change the assigned rights for a user while that user is logged in to Oracle Solaris Cluster Manager, the user must log out and log back in for the changes to take effect. Otherwise, the user might experience unexpected behavior, such as greyed-out or missing action buttons that should be active for the newly-added rights.
For more information about how to set up and manage user rights for Oracle Solaris Cluster software, see Oracle Solaris Cluster and User Rights.