Overview & Purpose

Access Manager Screen is only visible to Super-Admin. Super-Admin uses this screen to restrict the logged-in user to view some of the Administrative and Operational screens on the basis of role of the logged-in user .This screen is visible on System Configuration screen.

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Allowing & Restricting Screens

By default no screen is assigned to any role. Super-Admin can simply assign the screen to the role by just check-in the check-box displaying under the screen name and against the role name.

 

Only the assigned screen URL will be shown on the Screen Navigator of the logged-in user.

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If logged-in user try to access the screen which is not assigned to the user, then below screen will display to the logged-in user

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If none of the Administrative type screen (like Batch Class Management, Batch Instance Management, Folder Management, Reports) is assigned to the role then, Administrator tag will not be visible on screen navigator of the logged-in user.

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If none of the Operational type screen (like Batch List, Upload Batch, Web Scanner, Review Validate) is assigned to the role then, operator tag will not be visible on screen navigator of the logged-in user.

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