If your organization needs multiple administrators, you can create administrator roles in your Google Admin console. Administrator roles let you grant administrators access to settings they need while blocking access to settings they don't need. Delegating administrator support allows users with super admin rights to create user roles and assign privileges specific to Google meeting room hardware. There are two levels of privilege that can be granted, Google meeting room hardware with or without Calendar.
Create a delegated administrator role
- From the dashboard, click Admin roles.
- Click Create a new role.
- Enter a name and description for the role, then click Create.
- On the Privileges tab, click Google meeting room hardware
- Check either Chrome devices for meetings with Calendar or Chrome devices for meetings without Calendar.
- Click Save changes.
Note: Selecting the Chrome devices for meetings with Calendar setting will grant admins full access to all users’ calendars and event details on the Calendar page, not just the calendar resource management.
The privileges you select determine which dashboard controls are in the user's Admin console and what settings the user can manage. In some cases, selecting one privilege automatically selects or disables another. Checking the box to allow full rights for Organizations and Users, for example, selects every privilege in that section.
When a user is created, a role is assigned to that user. This feature allows the user to act on specific organization units.
Note: The new delegated admin can update settings immediately after assignment of privileges. However, for certain features such as the calendar assignment, it can take 24 to 48 hours to have full control.
Admins are allowed to:
- Manage device settings
- Manage device listing
- Move between organizational units
- Call, hang up, mute device
- Update device name
- Update device notes
In addition to the privileges listed for Chrome devices for meetings without Calendar, admins are allowed to assign a primary or secondary calendar resource to a device.
Note: Selecting the Chrome devices for meetings with Calendar setting will grant admins the same privileges in Calendar as super admins. They will be allowed to read/write events and manage permissions of all calendars (primary, secondary and resource) in the domain. This privilege extends to the deletion of all calendars.