SCOM 2007 R2 Default Roles

Listed below are the Profile types, a brief profile description and the role scope
 
Administrator
 Has full privileges to Operations Manager; no scoping of the Administrator profile is supported.
 Full access to all Operations Manager data, services, administrative, and authoring tools.
 
Advanced Operator
 Has limited change access to Operations Manager configuration; ability to create overrides to rules; monitors for targets or groups of targets within the configured scope. Advanced Operator also inherits Operator privileges.
Can be scoped against any groups, views, and tasks currently present and those imported in the future.
 
Author
 Has ability to create, edit, and delete tasks, rules, monitors, and views within configured scope. Author also inherits Advanced Operator privileges.
 Can be scoped against any target, groups, views, and tasks currently present and those imported in the future. The Author role is unique in that this is the only profile type that can be scoped against the targets.
 
Operator
 Has ability to edit or delete alerts, run tasks, and access views according to configured scope. Operator also inherits Read-Only Operator privileges.
 Can be scoped against any groups, views, and tasks currently present and those imported in the future.
 
Read-Only Operator
 Has ability to view alerts and access views according to configured scope.
 Can be scoped against any groups and views currently present and those imported in the future.
 
Report Operator
 Has ability to view reports according to configured scope.
 Globally scoped.
 
Report Security Administrator
 Enables integration of SQL Reporting Services security with Operations Manager roles.
 No scope.

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