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Cortex XSOAR Administrator Guide

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Integration permissions enable you to assign permissions to commands in integrations. Use Role Based Access Control (RBAC) to assign commands in Cortex XSOAR.

You can use Role Based Access Control (RBAC) to assign commands at the integration instance level. If you have multiple instances of the same integration, you can assign different roles (permission levels) for the same command in each instance.


To restrict access to integrations using RBAC, see Roles in Cortex XSOAR.

If you want to view or edit integration permissions, go to SettingsUSERS AND ROLESIntegration Permissions. You can see a list of all the enabled integrations in Cortex XSOAR. Under each integration you can see the following:

  • Commands: a list of all commands for the integration.

  • Instance: a list of all instances for the integration.

  • Permitted roles: a dropdown list of roles you can assign to the command.

Users that do not have command permissions cannot do the following:

  • Run the command from the CLI (!).

  • Complete pending tasks in a Work Plan that run the command.

  • Edit arguments for playbook tasks that have this command.

  • Select the command when editing a playbook.

  • Select a script if using a reputation command.