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Assigning Administrative Roles

Every organization has administrative roles, one is a senior admin role and a junior admin role. The system generates the role name automatically which follows the format Org_{Org-name}_{Role} where org-name is the email id provided when creating the Vaultastic domain.

For example, for an organization Baya Incorporation, assume org-name is [email protected] The system automatically generates roles for the organization as follows


Following is the list of the admin capabilities assigned to a role.

  • senior admin

    A user assigned a senior admin role will be able to access the Admin Panel and can perform all administrative tasks including updating domain properties, adding users, changing user access rights, deleting users, reseting user passwords, assigning admin roles and changing the ediscovery viewing rights.


  • junior admin

    A user assigned a junior admin role will be able to access the Admin Panel and can perform all administrative tasks except for deleting users, changing user passwords, assigning admin roles and changing the eDiscovery viewing rights.


  • none

    A user with no admin rights will not see the Admin Panel


By default, a system user called postmaster is created in every Vaultastic account. This user has the senior admin role assigned. When you login using the postmaster account, you will be taken directly to the Admin Panel and will be able to perform all administrative tasks without any restriction.

In addition a senior admin can assign admin roles to any other user on the Vaultastic domain from admin panel.