Administrative sections are available on a per role basis as defined within the Administration module role permissions.

Most administrative permissions are functional, meaning if the user is given a role with that permission, they have a broad range of access to the section.
Administrative functionality should be monitored and restricted carefully to ensure data security and system stability are maintained. Modification of administrative settings could interrupt platform continuity and lead to irreversible data corruption.

Application administration

The Application administration section allows you to configure and modify key application settings. This includes items such as:
  • General settings
  • Notifications
  • Integrations
  • Custom fields
  • Integration setup
    Note: Once an integration has been set up, configuring the behavior of the integration is needed within the orchestration section.
Note: If your instance of Resolve is deployed in a hosted environment, certain settings, such as email server settings, might not be available to administrate. These are managed by NetSPI.

Security administration

The security administration section gives you complete control over how users are allowed to view and interact with the Resolve platform.

Users accounts can be created locally on Resolve or you can use external authentication for user management. User groups and roles control what data a user can access and what they can do with it. Business units can define boundaries for the various data scope objects, such as sites, zones, project groups, and application groups.

Authentication can use a single AD or LDAP source for both user account creation as well as general system authentication. Group configurations allow you to assign users defaults roles and groups upon account creation based on the AD or LDAP group membership.

System administration

System administration within the Resolve interface is limited to licensing at this time.
Note: You can perform certain administration tasks and monitoring using the hypervisor console or the SSH.

Orchestration administration

The orchestration section allows you to modify how your business process works within Resolve. This includes various aspects of the vulnerability management life cycle, the default definitions you use for correlated findings, and project management.