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I want a user to be able to login Mozy and view all info pertaining to 1 server, or any servers that were backed up using those specific credentials, not for any others.
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Your users will need to have a web access, or ability to login to the so called subdomain, which is enabled already on your account.
After they login there, they will be able to see the machines registered with their own account and to start a web restore.
They will not be able to see the backup history though, but this is something they can do on the local machines.
Here is an article from the Mozy KB on the matter:
Please let me know if you need any other help, or mark this as a solution.
"They will not be able to see the backup history though, but this is something they can do on the local machines."
Is this feature enabled in the linux version? We only have CLI access to this machine.
For Linux you can use the mozyutil history command:
and the related Linux topic:
The Linux client will only display history for its own backups; not for any other machines under the same user. You can achieve what you're looking for by using sub-admins and roles. Your account currently has one sub-admin and a custom role, but they aren't being used. Depending on what they were created for, you can re-use them or create new ones.
The first thing you'll need to do is get this user in to its own user group. Then you can create the sub-admin account and activate it. Then create a new role and set it to only apply to the desired user group. You can also select which capabilities you want the role to have or not have, then add the admin to the role.
You can find more info on sub-admins and roles here: http://support.mozy.com/articles/en_US/documentation/admin-admins-a We can also provide further assistance with this if it sounds like it will fill your need.