Administrators - accounts of StaffCop admin panel. Each account can be assigned its own role and the corresponding access rights (except for those that have been automatically created when authentication with AD). There are several roles pre-installed in the system, but you can add a role with custom rights. Each account can be set to view specific reports. If no limiting report is selected, all possible reports are available for viewing.
After selecting an entry in ”Username”, you can go to the data editing form and account settings where you can edit the following details:
Username - the login for the account.
E-mail - you can edit the e-mail address in this field.
Password - information about the password in an encrypted form. If it is not specified, the message “Password not set” is displayed. There is also a link to the account password change form.
Last login - information on the last user visit.
Date joined - the date of registration of the account.
Permissions - allows to configure account permissions for the following criteria:
Active - check it, if the user must be considered active. Clear this checkbox instead for removing the account.
Superuser status - the user has all permissions without the need to explicitly assigning them.
Groups - groups to which the user belongs. The user will have all the permissions specified for each group. Hold CTRL (or Command on Mac) to select multiple values.
Access to filters - from this list you can select reports to access the administrator account.
Access to accounts - from this list you can select users which will be accessed by the administrator account.
Account groups - from this list you can select groups of users which will be accessed by the administrator account.
Super administrator - has all available permissions. To enable this account type, check the following:
- Chief - has access to all events and reports. Has no access to Constructor. Has no access
to administrative part.
- HR - has access only to reports and statistics. HR has no access to events. Has no access
to administrative part.
Security service - has access to all events and reports. Has access to Constructor. Has no access to administrative part.
Remote control - has access to remote desktops.
Policies - has access to editing policies.
Access to agent installation - access to installation of agents from Control Panel.
For accounts to work correctly, they must be “Active”.
Users can be allowed to access Constructor by adding an additional Access to Constructor permission.
Users can be allowed to access Events by adding an additional Access to Events permission.
Accounts created with Active Directory can’t be edited or complemented with additional permissions.
Domain accounts created with Active Directory have access only to events related to its account.
Domain accounts created with Active Directory have full access to StaffCop admin panel just like “admin” acount.
Displays if the Superuser status is enabled for this account. Look in description Username: Permissions.
Superuser status is enabled.
Superuser status is disabled.
You can add a new account using the “Add” button, by clicking on which you open a form for filling in the data of the new account with the following buttons:
Delete - deletes account.
Save - saves account.
In the form of creating an account, you need to fill only the E-mail field. Accounts are identified by email and account names are identical to the names of e-mail.
You can select several entries from the dropped list (Delete selected Administrators), then click Apply.