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You can grant rights to your users that allow them to have complete, limited, or no access to view or edit the different portions of the Checkpoint module.

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titleTo edit a user's security rights
  1. Under Advanced Tools, click the Admin Utilities tab.
  2. In the drop-down list, select Add/Edit Users, then click Go .
  3. Select a user in the grid and click Edit.
  4. If it is not already selected, click the Security tab.
  5. Expand Checkpoint.
  6. Select the security option you want to change, then right-click to select the appropriate access level. 
    • All allows the user to add and edit information.
    • None denies the user all access to the information.
    • View allows the user to view information without editing it.
  7. Click Apply, then OK. Your changes take effect the next time the user logs in to ACS.
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titleAdditional Field Information


Add/Edit Badge Design
Determines whether the user can add, edit, or delete a badge design.

Add/Edit Checkpoint Defaults
Determines whether a user can add or edit Checkpoint defaults.

Add/Edit Individuals
Determines whether a user can add, edit, or delete individual information in Checkpoint.

Add/Edit Sessions
Determines whether the user can add, edit, or delete Checkpoint sessions.

Add/Edit Templates
Determines whether the user can add, edit, or delete Checkpoint templates.

Check In/Out
Determines whether the user can access the Check In/Out and Express Check In/Out menus.

Edit Add People Defaults
Determines whether the user can modify the defaults for new individual records added in Checkpoint.

Edit Name Options
Determines whether the user can modify name option defaults in Checkpoint.

Off-Site Synchronization
Determines whether the user can import/export data to/from an off-site network.

Reports
Determines whether the user can print or preview reports.

Session Statistics
Determines whether the user can access or modify the Session Statistics window.

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Related topics
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Managing ACS Users
Working with ACS Passwords
Setting People Suite Security Rights
Setting Financial Suite Security Rights