Setting up user accounts in EasyBadge

Modified on Fri, 21 Aug 2020 at 10:13 AM

This topic details how to configure user accounts in EasyBadge.

 

There are 2 types of account EasyBadge has access to that are set from within an existing database. EasyBadge accounts and Windows accounts.

 

Any account information that is configured is held within the database you want to gain access too.

 

How to set up EasyBadge accounts.

 

1. Click the Menu button top left of the program Window.

 

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2.  Click Users > Manage Users

 

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3. Now highlight the Supervisor account, tick the Password required option and set a password. Make sure you keep the password safe. To use the User Accounts option a Supervisor account always needs to be created.

 

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4. Disable Authenticated Users and any windows domain accounts that appear in the list.

 

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5.  Now you can either select Default User or Add a new user with specific name and configure the account as required.

 

                a) Tick/Untick he options you want to restrict/give access to.

                b) set Account Type to Standard

                c) make sure you set a password.

                d) Click the X to close the account option page when you are done.

 

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How to set up Windows authenticated accounts

 

1. Repeat steps 1 – 3 as above.

 

2. Highlight Authenticated user and set Account Type to Principal if it is not already set.

 

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3. Now highlight the Windows user account and set which access rights need to be set. Then change account type to Explicit Windows User.

 

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4. When the Windows user logs in they should now only have access to the features set in the access rights section of the Manage users panel.

 

NOTE: To bypass the auto login so you can log in a Supervisor hold shift key when you open up the EasyBadge program to force a password prompt.

 

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