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RBAC on Bot Runners

  • Updated: 5/12/2020
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RBAC on Bot Runners

Role-based access control (RBAC) on Bot Runners facilitates complete isolation of one department Bot Runner seamlessly from the remaining department Bot Runners.

Bots are commanded and executed from the Control Room cluster. Local bot execution is protected through multiple layers of security, and are designed to prevent frauding as a result from escalation of privileges on Microsoft Windows. The Bot Runner are executed by Windows, addressing access control enforcement in accordance with NIST AC-3 Access Enforcement and AC-6 Least Privilege for Code Execution.

If a user role does not have access to a set of Bot Runners, as a result, the user will not be able to view the Bot Runners execution or scheduling automation on remote Bot Runners (See Role-based processing domains).

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