After you have set the User Access Rights you will be able to see these rights. Below you will see how the
Security Access Rights will affect the Test User we have setup.
Login as TestUser with password as testuser
From the Main Menu select File/Report Manager
Notice all of the Options, Print,...Insert, Change, and Delete are available
Close this window.
Now from the Main Menu select File/Administration/Change Login and login with the original login you used when
setting up the program. We want the Supervisor Account
Open the Report Manager window again, and press Ctrl+F8 you will see this
Notice the Employee Group has Access to Report Manager and Report Administration.
Double click on the 'Yes' under RptAdmin so that it changes to 'No'
Click 'Ok' to close this window.
Select File/Administration/Change Login and login with the testuser account
Now go to the Report Manager window...
Insert, Change, and Delete choices have been removed!
You don't want to allow 'casual' users to be able to Insert New Reports, Change Current ones, and certainly not
This same principal applys to other 'Access Limiting' windows. Those screens are:
- The Main Screen with No Options selected whch will allow them to Change Their Password, but Not Edit any of
the dropdown menus affecting the program. Nor can they login as someone else
- Browse/Service Requests - limits access to SendTo and Mass Update
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