Implementation of “Per Console” permissions

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    I was searching documentation about a specific usecase that I was wondering if any of you found a way to implement such a solution.

    In the development on a solution, we need a distributed Scada control system but, due to the nature of the work done, having all the consoles having all the rights to manage the whole structure would pose a security problem.
    Thus, why I tought of the following solution: a distributed control system where each station could control all the equipments related to it’s location and consult the state of other equipment not related to it’s location. Also, we would have a different security group that could access and edit the state of all equipments from each console, but we also would have a default console user that would only be able to interact with the equipment related to tthe console he/she’s assigned to.

    Thanks in advance for your time, have a nice day.



    Hi Louis,

    According to my understanding, the possible architecture is as follows:
    1. Each location is served by a separate Rapid SCADA instance.
    2. We can have the central Rapid SCADA instance on the main server that collects primary data from locations. Or don’t have central SCADA, so the system can be decentralized.
    3. There is a special module, named Rapid Gate, that transfers data between Rapid SCADA instances in the specified directions.
    4. User management can be implemented either by the built-in Rapid SCADA features, or by using an external auth system.

    Please ask related questions to clarify the possibilities of a solution.

    Note: what do you mean by “console”?


    Perfect, it answers my questions.
    By “console”, I mean access terminals/access station, I need them to only being able to access the devices they were assigned.

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