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 :!: Access required: //Manage user's access rights//. :!: Access required: //Manage user's access rights//.
  
-Here you give the user [[cms/​rights/​rights|access rights]] to the objects ​that exist in the system: ​[[cms/​units/​units|units]],​ [[cms/​accounts/​accounts|resources (accounts)]],​ [[cms/​groups/​groups|unit groups]], [[user/​routes/​routes|routes]],​ and other users.  ​+Here you can give the user [[cms/​rights/​rights|access rights]] to such system ​objects ​as [[cms/​units/​units|units]],​ [[cms/​accounts/​accounts|resources (accounts)]],​ [[cms/​groups/​groups|unit groups]], [[user/​routes/​routes|routes]],​ and other users.  ​
  
-On the left, you select the objects. To quickly find required ​object, use filters ​— choose ​object type in the dropdown list and set a name mask below. ​Objects ​that meet your request will be displayed in the list. Also, to facilitate a search, the list can be sorted ​alphabetically or by access rights. To use the sorting, click the corresponding button ​to the right of the dynamic filter.+On the left, there is a list of objects. To quickly find the required ​one, use filters: select the object type in the dropdown list and set a name mask below. ​The objects ​that meet your request will be displayed in the list. You can sort them alphabetically or by access rights. To do this, click on the icon to the right of the dynamic filter.
  
 The objects, to which the user already has any access, are highlighted in color. If there is no access, the background is transparent. The objects, to which the user already has any access, are highlighted in color. If there is no access, the background is transparent.
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 :!: Access required: //View custom fields// — to view general custom fields; //Manage custom fields// — to create, edit, and delete general custom fields for the given unit; //View admin fields// — administrative custom fields; //Manage admin fields// — to create, edit, and delete administrative fields. ​ :!: Access required: //View custom fields// — to view general custom fields; //Manage custom fields// — to create, edit, and delete general custom fields for the given unit; //View admin fields// — administrative custom fields; //Manage admin fields// — to create, edit, and delete administrative fields. ​
  
-On this tab, you can add any information about the user, whether it is a home address or working shift. In the left field enter the name of the field, in the right field its value. To save custom field, click the //Add// button, to delete ​— //Delete//. At the end of the dialog edit, click //OK// in the lower right corner. The next time you open the dialog, the fields will be automatically sorted alphabetically. Part of the fields can be marked as //​administrative//​ (checkbox in front of the field), i.e. they will only be visible to users with the appropriate rights.+On this tab, you can add any information about the user, whether it is a home address or working shift. In the left field enter the name of the field, in the right field its value. To save the custom field, click on the //Add// button. To delete ​the field, click //Delete//. At the end of the dialog edit, click //OK// in the lower right corner. The next time you open the dialog, the fields will be automatically sorted alphabetically. Part of the fields can be marked as //​administrative//​ (checkbox in front of the field), i.e. they will only be visible to users with the appropriate rights.
  
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 :!: Access rights required: //Query reports or messages//​. ​ :!: Access rights required: //Query reports or messages//​. ​
  
-In the log, you can see when a user logged in or out of the system, what service he used, from which host. Specify the time period and click the //​Show// ​button.+In the log, you can see when a user logged in or out of the system, what service he used, from which host. Specify the time period and click //Show//.
  
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