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October 30th, 2007

Tips and tricks: What are access privileges and how can I set them?

Tricks, by suvi.

Privileges define the access level of the user, or what operations the
user is allowed to do and the sections of the Command Center which the
user is allowed to see. Every person entry in Command Center has some
sort of privileges set. There are two major categories of privileges: administrator and user. Within the user privileges, there are three different access levels: monitor only, role-based, and view configuration. All these are set in the userís profile.

Below are all the privileges, the administrator has:

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