16 Hierarchical roles and user profiling


16 Hierarchical roles and user profiling

You can access the Check User Login section using the Settings item, present in the menu of the...


16.1 Profiles

The profile defines the privileges of a user in regard to access to, and use of, vtenext modules ...


16.1.1 Create new profile

STEP 1: Once on Settings > Profiles, press New Profile: STEP 2: in the configuration wind...


16.2 Roles

Roles underpin the entire security system, each of which is based on a profile. The administrator...


16.3 Users

From Settings > Users you can create and manage users, which are displayed in a list on the ma...


16.4 Groups

Groups are effective tools for bringing together users who belong to the same team. They are used...


16.5 Sharing Access

vtenext allows you to set the access privileges of the Roles, defining whether the content of the...


16.5.1 Global Access Rules

The first thing to define is the Sharing Access rule for each of the modules. With what degree of...


16.5.2 Custom Rules

At the bottom of the Sharing Access panel, you can create exceptions to the permissions that you ...


16.6 Access Field

The available function is used to control the visibility of the fields in the various modules on ...


16.7 Advanced Sharing Access

This allows you to extend data access permissions for a user on a specific module, based on rules...


16.8 Audit Trails

The Audit Trails function allows the system administrator to know what a user has done in vtenext...


16.9 User Login History

As a vtenext administrator, you can monitor access to the system and view the history of each use...


16.10 Check User Login

Again, as an administrator user, you can view failed login attempts for each user and if they hav...


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