1A First Alternative

Administrators

In the module 'administrators' in the 1A-manager you can configure which users are allowed to log in on the 1A-manager.

Administrators are allowed to make adjustments in the 1A-manager. There can be one or more administrators.

It is also possible to define section admins. This can be done by granting users membership to special groups. They are allowed to log in on the Webmanager without having to be an actual Administrator. They are allowed access to the modules which belong to the groups they are a member of.

Requirements

To complete this manual, you will need:

  • A computer connected to your 1A-server
  • A browser, for example Internet Explorer or Firefox
  • A username and password for the 1A-manager

Steps

1
Go to systemadministrators
2
Add administrators
  • Select one or more users in the left column (keep the CTRL key pressed to select multiple users)
  • Click on the grey button with the arrows in it
Add administrators
3
Remove administrators
  • Select one or more users in the right column (keep the CTRL key pressed to select multiple users)
  • Click on the grey button with the arrows in it
4
Deelbeheerders toevoegen
  • Go to startgroups
  • Go to add a group
  • At group name enter one of the following group names:
    • system admins → Users who have access to the modules in the 'system' category: (serverfunctions, serverinfo, network, quota, license) and the 'reverse proxy' module
    • share admins → Users who have access to the 'shares' module
    • printer admins → Users who have access to the 'printers' and 'printer queues' modules
    • email admins → Users who have access to the 'e-mail' module
    • ftp admins → Users who have access to the 'ftp' module
    • wwwfilter admins → Users who have access to the 'wwwfilter' module
    • voip admins → Users who have access to the 'telephony' module
    • fax admins → Users who have access to the 'fax' module
    • backup admins → Users who have access to the 'backup' and 'online backup' modules
    • unifi admins → Users who have access to the 'Unifi' module
    • vm admins → Users who have access to the 'VMs' module
  • Click add
  • Add the persons who should have this type of access
  • Repeat this step until you have placed all section admins in the correct groups