Admin roles consist of admin tasks, which represent granular capabilities for managing objects. For example, you could manage a user object by using these admin tasks:
You create or modify each task to match your exact requirements. Then, you combine the appropriate admin tasks into admin roles, which you assign to administrators. With these roles, administrators have the exact privileges they need to manage objects.
To plan admin task creation, decide which objects you need to manage (user, group, organization, role, or task) and which administrators will use these tasks. For example:
For one type of object, such as users, you can create tasks so that different administrators manage different attributes. For example, the following figure shows a user who is managed by two administrators.
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