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Essentially this is a hierarchical privileges structure. Someone who is an "Administrator" can alter the permissions for users equal to or below them in the hierarchy (Managers, General Users, Restricted Users), as well as changing their status. Someone who is a "Manager" can do this for other Managers, General and Restricted Users, and someone who is a "General User" can change the status of Restricted users.
  
 
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Administration Client > Presence User Management


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The user management console allows Presence administrators to create, modify, delete and set permissions for other administration accounts. These actions are performed by right-clicking in the user list and using the pop-up menu.

Security Levels

Each user has a security level assigned, which can be one of:

  • Administrator
  • Manager
  • General User
  • Restricted

Essentially this is a hierarchical privileges structure. Someone who is an "Administrator" can alter the permissions for users equal to or below them in the hierarchy (Managers, General Users, Restricted Users), as well as changing their status. Someone who is a "Manager" can do this for other Managers, General and Restricted Users, and someone who is a "General User" can change the status of Restricted users.

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