Permissions allow you to define which functions a user will be able to perform with the system and with Clients.
There are two types of permissions:
• Administrative permissions: Define the actions that a user can perform with the whole system.
• Client permissions: Define the actions that a user can perform with selected Clients.
If you define permissions for a user group, then any user belonging to this user group inherits these permissions. To remove permissions inherited by a user from a user group, the user needs to be removed from the user group. Apart from permissions inherited from user groups, a user can also be assigned their own permissions.
NOTE: If an Active Directory user is added as an independent internal user as well as to a Windows domain user group, the permissions granted to this Active Directory user will be prioritized over the permissions granted to this user within the domain user group.