There are a few different accounts and contact records used with Oracle B2C Service. Can you please clarify the purposes for each account?
There are different accounts used in association with the Oracle B2C Service. It is important to use the proper credentials when accessing the different areas of the product and self-service tools. Below is an overview of the different accounts and their purposes.
Oracle B2C Service application
The contact record is used to log into the end-user pages of our Technical Support site (cx.rightnow.com). There are many options available on our end-user pages. One of the main options is the ability to submit a service request (ask a question) to the Oracle B2C Service Technical Support. There are different types of contact records (Primary Support, Technical, and KB-only) and different levels of privileges (manage contacts, designated support, and community).
The staff account is used to access the CX desktop console of your site/instance. This is where administrators can configure and manage the site. Non-administrators can access the CX console to perform tasks such as address incidents, Chat, run reports, etc. Oracle B2C Service Technical Support is not equipped to manage staff accounts on our customers' sites.
If you are logging into your site for the first time there are no pre-existing staff accounts. You will need use the system-defined administrator account. For more details on the system-defined administrator account, please review this answer: Oracle B2C Service System Administrator account In the Oracle Cloud Portal - Configuration Assistant self-service tool, you can reset/retrieve the system-defined administrator account password. Please see the documentation in the following answer for details on this task.
Oracle Cloud Portal
The Oracle Cloud Portal is a completely separate portal that uses separate account credentials. The Oracle Cloud Portal is where you will find the Configuration Assistant self-service tool.
The account administrator is used to access the My Account section of the Oracle Cloud Portal and monitor the status usage of the services for the organization.
The Service Administrator is used to access the My Services section of the Oracle Cloud Portal and administer the Oracle B2C Service using the Configuration Assistant self-service tools. Tasks such as, reset administrator password, create Oracle-managed mailboxes, test site refresh (re-create), etc. can be completed with this account.
Identity Domain Administrator:
The Identity Domain Administrator is used to access the My Home and Identity Self Service section of the Oracle Cloud Portal and manage users who will access the Oracle Cloud Services & manage user roles.