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ACC 6 Enterprise Datasheet

Tip: If you forget your

Tip: If you forget your administrator user password, the alternate administrator user can be used to reset the password. This will avoid the need for a system-wide reset to restore the default administrator user password. • Assign a rank to all groups. Unranked groups have access over all other groups, so it is recommended that any groups with users be assigned a rank to further define their access privileges. The default Administrators group is Unranked by default, but you can create a new group with same permissions and assign a rank to the new group. For more information, see Corporate Hierarchy on the previous page. • Limit the number of users in the default Administrator group. The Administrator group is the oversight group that should only be used for system maintenance. For example, users in the default Administrator group are the only ones who can see or remove private bookmarks made by all users. • Always check that the device access permissions are correct after a child site has been connected to a parent site. Ranked groups from the parent site whose rank is above or equal to the child site retain their permissions on the child site. These groups automatically gain access to all devices, maps, saved Views, and web pages on the child site. • Always check group access permissions after a new server has been merged into the site. • If groups have the same name, the site settings are used and the users from both the site and the server are added to the group. • Groups that are new to the site automatically get access to all the devices in the site. • Groups that are new to the server automatically get access to all the devices that are connected to the server. • Always check group access permissions after new users and groups settings are imported into the site. • If groups have the same name, the import settings are used and the users from both the import file and the current site are added to the group. • Groups added from the import file automatically gain access to all the new devices that were added since the settings were exported. Setting Up a Corporate Hierarchy Corporate hierarchy is set up by assigning ranks to different access permission groups. This includes user permission groups and sites that are organized into families. For more information about ranks, see Ranks on the next page. You can assign ranks to permission groups through the Users and Groups dialog box. For more information about adding groups, see Adding Groups on page 30. You can assign ranks to sites when they are organized into families. For more information about site families, see Connecting Site Families on page 20. When you see the Rank option, you can select an existing rank or create a new one. • To use an existing rank, select an option from the drop down list. The default option is Unranked. • To add a rank, click . When you see the Edit Corporate Hierarchy dialog box, complete the following steps: If you have not yet created a Corporate Hierarchy, a message will appear prompting you to create a new one. Click Yes. The default rank is Global. It is the highest rank in the Corporate Hierarchy. Setting Up a Corporate Hierarchy 16

NOTE: The Global rank cannot be deleted. It can only be renamed. 1. Select Global then click . A new rank is added. 2. To rename the rank, double-click the name and enter a new one in the text field. Click anywhere outside the text field to save the new name. 3. Select a rank then click to add a new rank immediately below the rank you selected. NOTE: Ranks can only be added or deleted. They cannot be moved within the Corporate Hierarchy. 4. To delete a rank, select the rank then click . All subordinate ranks will also be deleted. NOTE: Make sure there are no members in the rank before you delete it. Members of a deleted rank are automatically assigned the lowest position in the corporate hierarchy and may lose required permissions. 5. Click OK to save your changes. Now that you've set up the Corporate Hierarchy, you can assign ranks to permission groups to define what users can access within the system. For more information, see Users and Groups on page 29. You can also organize your sites and servers to mirror their physical location or reference their relationship in the corporate hierarchy. For more information, see Connecting Site Families on page 20. Ranks Ranks in the Corporate Hierarchy feature represent the different levels that may exist in your organization. Each rank can have different permissions and be responsible for subordinate ranks. The default rank is Global. It is the highest rank in the Corporate Hierarchy and can configure all ranks that are added below it. When you add ranks, be aware that users assigned to a rank can only edit other ranks that are subordinate in the corporate hierarchy. Any ranks that are above or parallel will not be accessible. The following image is an example of a Corporate Hierarchy with multiple ranks. Canada is the highest, Global rank. West Coast and East Coast are of equal rank to each other, and one rank below Canada. Users belonging to East Coast cannot edit ranks below West Coast and vice versa. Ranks 17

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