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You can edit users from any Profile screen.
Note: Although accessible through the web browser, you must have server management access to be able to edit users.
This Users screen will be displayed:
Note: If the item “Users” does not appear in the menu then you do not have access to this feature.
The User Entry screen will be displayed:
|User Name||This is the name that identifies the user on the system. It should be entered as it would be written naturally, e.g. “Daniel Ross”.|
|Login Name||This is the name entered by the user when they are logging in to the web site. It will default to the user name.|
|Password||The password is required when the user logs in to the web site. The password will be concealed whilst being typed .It is not possible to retrieve a user’s password if they forget it. If the user does forget their password, simply enter a new one.|
|Last Logged On||This is the date that the user last accessed the system.|
|Company||This is the user’s company. This is an optional field.|
|Email Address||This is the email address that the system will use to send email to the user.|
|Language||This is the native language of the user. The entire Profile interface will be translated to the user’s local interface.|
|Account Enabled||This checkbox provides an easy way to turn off access to the user without deleting the user’s account. If the checkbox is ticked then the user has access to Profile.|
The Permissions screen, which defines what the user can and cannot do, will be displayed:
The top level area is added to the Permissions screen:
This grants the user full access to every area and station.
This will show all sub areas for the selected area, all the way down to the station level.
A role defines what each user can do at any area. Once a new role has been defined it can be used for other users and on other areas.
In this example, the user has administrator access at all sites on the system except for Mid South / Mississippi where they only have technician level access.
As many areas / roles as required can be defined for each user.
This will save the user and allow the user to log in to Profile.