Manage Dashboard Access
There are two ways you can manage Auth0 Dashboard access for your team members:
With current Auth0 Dashboard user management, the following roles are supported:
|Admin||Administrator for all applications. The most privileged role. Team members assigned this role can access the entire tenant configuration, invite other team members, manage subscription, and delete the tenant.|
|Application Admin||Administrator for specific applications. Write access to the specified application settings, view non-enterprise connections, SSO integrations and users. Recommended for application developers that need to change application settings like callback URLs and have access to the application secret.|
|Support Center Users||Access to Auth0 Support Center, but not complete administrator access over the tenant or a particular application. Open, view, and comment on Support Center tickets, receive relevant notifications, and see service details.|
On a regular basis, review the list of Auth0 Dashboard users with access to your Auth0 tenant and make sure that:
Each person has a legitimate need for admin access
Admins are registered with a company account
Former employees no longer have access
There's more than one Dashboard admin
For further protection, turn on multi-factor authentication (MFA) for your Dashboard admins. If a Dashboard admin is locked out and needs their MFA reset, another admin can open an Auth0 support ticket on their behalf. Auth0 can reset MFA for that admin after a verification process.
With the new Dashboard Roles feature preview, if you are a tenant admin, you can add more types of roles with more specialized access capabilities. Here are some examples of team members who may have special access requirements:
Support specialists who need to troubleshoot login issues for your app end users.
Support/IT specialists who need to assign roles and permissions to end users.
Developers who need to troubleshoot their applications in production environments.
Product managers who need to analyze their applications' configuration and usage.
Developers who need to configure settings for their own applications.