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User management within PivotalVRP

When you first login in PivotalVRP with the "administrator" user you are logging in as the manager user (SU). 

The manager user has total access to the system and is the only one that can define users and their access levels.

In the setting section of your PivotalVRP GUI Select the User Management button.

The user management window will open.

The Account Settings section.

To add a user, select “enter user name” and enter the name of the user.

Enter a password and confirm it.

Click "Save Privileges" to add the user

To change a user name, highlight the name and Click "Change User Name"

To change the organization name (used at login) you select "Change Organization Name"

To remove a user, highlight and select the user from the user name dropdown menu and click "Remove User Account"

The Servers section.

Once you click add server the above window will pop up, here you can select which servers you want this user to have access to and at which level (below) from the pull down menus.

 

Once you have added the servers and the privileges to the selected user click Save Privileges.

  

  • Please note: Edit allows you to quickly change the user privileges to the selected database

 

User Level Access:

The user level is indicated in the live dashboard next to the DB pulldown menu.

Administrator:

Kill sessions, create, edit and remove rules and rule modules, create and edit tuning tasks.

Access to all modules and add-ons

 

The window below shows right click privileges at the Administrator level

 

Operator:

Kill sessions, activate and deactivate rules & rule modules, create and edit tuning tasks.

Access to all modules and add-ons (cannot create or edit rules)

 

The window below shows right click privileges at the Operator level

 

 

Viewer:

Create and edit tuning tasks, the rules module is disabled in this mode.

Access to the dashboard, graphs and user settings within the settings module and all add-ons. Actions are limited to creating and editing tuning tasks.

 

The window below shows right click privileges at the Viewer level

 

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