An administrator manages the permission tiers of the organization's members, and assigns permissions as either a VDI-User, User, Admin, or Owner.
There are four permission tiers built-in. They are: Owner, Admin, User, and VDI-User, designed for management, admin, operators, and vendors, respectively.
No. Each tier has pre-defined abilities (e.g. Admin able to build virtual desktops, VDI-Users are not), but each individual can have their own unique whitelisted permissions.
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