Setting a Security Policy
When you are configuring Vocera Vina
in your environment, you can use security policies to control its behavior or appearance
for selected groups of users or for all users.
To set any security policy, you must:
- Create the security policy, and assign your specified security policy item to it.
Understanding Security Policy Items for a complete list of
security policy items, or see Vocera Vina Policy Items for a list
of security policy items specific to Vocera Vina.
- Define a role and associate this security policy with it.
- If the security policy is to affect only a specific set of users,
create a group that includes this role, and assign these users to the group.
For an overview of the relationship between groups, roles, and policies, see
Understanding Groups, Roles, and Policies.
Follow the steps in Creating a Security Policy to create
a new security policy.
Follow the steps in Adding a Policy Item to add the
relevant security policy item to the security policy.
To set a security policy for all users, add the security policy item to the security
policy named Default.
Follow the steps in Adding a Role to create a new role.
In the Security Policy dropdown list, select
the security policy that you have just created.
Follow the steps in Adding a Group to create a group that
contains the users for which the security policy is to be enforced.
Follow the steps in Associating Roles with Groups to assign
the role that you have created to the group that you have created.
Edit the group as specified in Editing a Group:
Expand the Members section.
Click Add Members.
Select the members that you want to add to the group. These are the people
for which the security policy is to be enforced.
Type text into the Name field to search for members
whose name contails the text you have typed. Select a facility from the Facility
dropdown list to display users in a specific facility.
Click Done to add these new users to your group.
Click Save to save your changes to the group.
The security policy that you have specified is now enforced for the members of the group
that you have defined.
See the following sections for examples of security policies that you can define.