A Domain Administrator can control the Domain using the same WebAdmin port (see HTTP module description for the details), or using the Command Line Interface (API) commands. Domain Administrator access is limited to his Domain (and, optionally, to certain other domains), and to explicitly allowed Domain and Account settings and operations.
When you grant the Domain Administrator access right to a user, you will see a list of specific access rights - the internal names of Domain and Account Settings. Each option controls the settings this Domain Administrator can modify, and the operations this Domain Administrator can perform.
Domain Administrator access rights can be granted to users by a Server Administrator with the All Domains and Account Settings access right.
A System Administrator with the All Domains and Account Settings access right can perform all operations potentially available to a Domain Administrator in any Domain.
When a customer has several Domains, you may want to let an Account in one Domain administer other Domains. You should grant such an Account the CanAdminSubDomains access right. Then you should open the Domain Settings page for the target Domain and specify the Administrator's Domain name in the Administrator Domain Name field.
A customer has the company1.com, company2.com, company3.dom Domains on your Server. You may want to specify company1.com as the Administrator Domain Name in the company2.com and company3.com Domain Settings. Now, any Account in the company1.com Domain that has the CanAdminSubDomains Domain Administrator right can administer all three Domains.
Note: when a Domain Administrator connects to the Domain WebAdmin Interface, the browser displays the Login Dialog Box. If the Administrator Account is in a different Domain, the full account name (accountName@domainName) should be specified.
Domain Administrators can perform operations on their own Domains and, optionally, on certain other Domains. The set of allowed operations is defined by the Domain Access Rights explicitly granted to the Domain Administrator Account and listed in the table below:
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