To perform Kubernetes backup and restore operations, permissions must be assigned to user and user groups, and the entities associated with those users and user groups.
Data Protection/Management Operations
Recover guest files and folders to their original location
In Place Recover
Recover full application to its original location
In Place Full Machine Recovery
Recover guest files and folders to a different destination client
Recover guest files and folders to a different destination client.
Recover full application to a location other than the original location
Out of Place Full Machine Recovery
Browse backup content
Enable unconditional overwrite on restore
Overwrite on Restore
Browse cluster destination volumes
Browse destination access node directory tree
Use caution if you assign the Live Browse permission to the access nodes because users can browse the entire directory structure on the access nodes.
The users performing the restore must own the Kubernetes client or be associated with it.
To enable users to select an access node for restore, you can create a role that includes the Use Proxy permission, and assign the role and an associated user group to the server/server group that is configured as an access node. For more information, see Granting User Permissions for an Access Node or File Recovery Enabler for Linux.