Description on Users and Roles is described in Sec.2.4, p.34. Briefly speaking, each
Role defines a set of available operations and a User has exactly one such role.
The list of operations to be restricted, such as reading and writing the configuration (and more), are shown in Sec. 7.3.
In this section, we rather focus on the screen-by-screen instructions.
3.2.1 Creating a Role
Creating a Role is quite simple. First, go to Setting window → Roles. Enter the name of the Role into the text area and click on .
Select the permission of the role by toggling the checkbox. If the toggle is on, the permission to run the operation is granted to the user. Meaning of
each checkbox is available at Sec. 7.3, p.232.
3.2.2 Creating a User
Creating a Role is also simple.
Open “Server Settings” → “Users”: Click to add a new user.
The “Add User” dialog box includes three options: “General”, “Networks”, and “Custom Fields”.
In the General option, you add the user name and details.
Enter the login username for user.
Enter the full name of the user.
Enter the user’s E-mail address.
Select a role for the user from the drop down list.
Enter a login password of the user.
Retype the password to confirm.
In the “Networks” option, you can limit access to specific netLD networks if desired. To restrict user access to specific networks, check the “Restrict user’s access to the following networks” box and then check the networks that you want this user to access.
Similarly, in the “Custom Fields” option, you can select the custom fields that a user can view.
Press the “OK” button to save the created user.
3.2.3 Quick Password Change
When logged in, you can quickly change your password. Press your login username in the global menu. In the example below, the username is admin.
Enter your new password in the “New Password” and “Retype Password” fields. Press the “Change Password” button to save the new password.