system auth create group
The system auth create group command creates a locally managed group with a given permission set. Group-wide login access can also be enabled or disabled.
system auth create group <GroupName> <Permission> [desc="UserDesc"] [login=enable|disable]
The case-sensitive name of the group.
Group names are case-sensitive. An effective group name is identifiable to other users.
Permission <read-only|support|administrator>
The permission level of users within this group.
None Group has no permissions (permissions revoked).
Read-only Able to view user interface tabs, modify Status page widgets, clear counters, and access the base of the CLI.
Support Owns all permissions of the Read-Only group, plus able to modify System page settings and access more options within the enable prompt of the CLI.
Administrator Able to access and modify all settings, and is the only permission level able to modify layouts, rules, and filters. Allowed access to more options within the configure terminal prompt of the CLI. This group cannot be set to read-only.
Descriptions are optional and displayed in the Users table.
If it contains a space character, the entire string must be enclosed in quotes.
This option is selected by default. As an alternative to deletion, a group can be disabled.
The default is enable.
matrix_host# system auth create group admin-group administrator desc="Group of administrators" Create a new group called admin-group and give it administrator privileges.