OnCommand Workflow Automation (WFA) enables you to create and manage local WFA users with specific permissions for various roles, such as guest, operator, approver, architect, admin, and backup.
You must have installed WFA and logged in as an admin.
WFA enables you to create users for the following roles:
This user can view the portal and the status of a workflow execution, and can be notified of a change in the status of a workflow execution.
This user is allowed to preview and execute workflows for which the user is given access.
This user is allowed to preview, execute, approve, and reject workflows for which the user is given access.
This user has full access to create workflows, but is restricted from modifying global WFA server settings.
This user has complete access to the WFA server.
This is the only user who can remotely generate backups of the WFA server. However, the user is restricted from all other access.