Permission levels in DTREstimated reading time: 2 minutes
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Docker Trusted Registry allows you to define fine-grain permissions over image repositories.
Users are shared across UCP and DTR. When you create a new user in Docker Universal Control Plane, that user becomes available in DTR and vice versa. When you create a trusted admin in DTR, the admin has permissions to manage:
- Users across UCP and DTR
- DTR repositories and settings
- UCP resources and settings
Team permission levels
Teams allow you to define the permissions a set of user has for a set of repositories. Three permission levels are available:
|Start a scan||x||x|
|Set public or private||x|
|Manage user access||x|
Team permissions are additive. When a user is a member of multiple teams, they have the highest permission level defined by those teams.
Here’s an overview of the permission levels available in DTR:
- Anonymous or unauthenticated Users: Can search and pull public repositories.
- Authenticated Users: Can search and pull public repos, and create and manage their own repositories.
- Team Member: Everything a user can do, plus the permissions granted by the team the user is a member of.
- Organization Owner: Can manage repositories and teams for the organization.
- Admin: Can manage anything across UCP and DTR.