Command Tags

Using Command Tags you can organize your commands and give different roles access to commands in a certain tag.

Setup

1. Access the application Privileges and plugins. 

2. Enable the privileges under Commands.

  • _EditCommandTags – Gives access to edit command tags.
  • _ExecuteCommandAll – Gives access to all non-administrator commands
  • _ExecuteSpecialCommandAll – Gives access to all administrator commands
  • _ExecuteCommandsInTag – Gives access to commands in this tag regardless of whether the command is administrator only or not.
  • _ResetCommandQueue – Gives access to reset the device commands queue when the command can be queued.

3. Click Save.

Creating a command tag

Command tags create a group of commands (under the same tag). These tags can be assigned to different groups of users.

To create a command tag, follow these steps:

1. Log in to your application.

2. Go to Admin > Command Tags.

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3. Click on the + Command Tag button.

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4. Give the tag a name and a description (optional) and click Next.

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5. Select the commands you want to include in the tag and click Save.

Learn how to create template commands.

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Note: The list of commands contains both special (administrator only) and non-special commands. 

Assign command tags to certain users

This is how privileges for commands work:

1. Log in to your application as an administrator.

2. Go to Admin > Roles

3. Select the role your user belongs to (e.g. _Operators)

4. Remove the _ExecuteCommandAll and _ExecuteSpecialCommandAll privileges from the role.

5. Select the Command Tag created in the instructions above.

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