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Basic Configuration
Plug Access: Determines which outlet(s) this account will be allowed to control.
(Defaults; Administrator and SuperUser = All Plugs On, User and ViewOnly = All
Plugs Off.)
Notes:
In the Text Interface, Plug Access is configured by selecting item 5 and then
selecting the desired plugs from the resulting submenu.
In the Web Browser Interface, Plug Access is configured by clicking on the
"plus" symbol to display the drop down menu, and then selecting the desired
plugs from the drop down menu.
Administrator and SuperUser level accounts will always have access to all
plugs.
ViewOnly accounts are allowed to display the On/Off status of plugs, but are
limited to the plugs specified by the account. ViewOnly accounts are not
allowed to invoke switching and reboot commands.
Plug Group Access: Determines which Plug Groups this account will be allowed
to control. Plug Groups allow you to define a selection of outlets, and then quickly
assign those outlets to new accounts by allowing the account to access the Plug
Group. For more information on Plug Groups, please refer to Section 5.6.
(Default = All Plug Groups Off.)
Notes:
In order to use this feature, Plug Groups must first be defined as described in
Section 5.6.
In the Text Interface, Plug Group Access is configured by selecting item 6
and then selecting the desired plug group(s) from the resulting submenu.
In the Web Browser Interface, Plug Group Access is configured by clicking
on the "plus" symbol to display the drop down menu, and then selecting the
desired plug group(s) from the drop down menu.
Administrator and SuperUser level accounts will always have access to all
plug groups.
ViewOnly accounts are allowed to display the On/Off status of plug groups,
but are limited to the plug groups specified by the account. ViewOnly
accounts are not allowed to invoke switching and reboot commands.
Service Access: Determines whether this account will be able to access command
mode via Serial Port, Telnet/SSH or Web and whether the account will have access
to the Outbound Telnet feature. For example, if Telnet/SSH Access is disabled for
this account, then this account will not be able to access command mode via Telnet
or SSH. (Default = Serial Port = On, Telnet/SSH = On, Web = On,
Outbound Access = Off.)
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