Cooperation is one of the core principles of the StrideLinx Cloud. This is why the StrideLinx Cloud offers benefits for multiple people. In order to enable everybody that has access to your StrideLinx Cloud company to do what he or she does best, StrideLinx has an extensive user management system. Through this user management system, you can give users access to the functions they need, to do their job.
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What is user management?
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User management is a system you can use to determine what permissions a user will get and what devices this user will get to execute these permitted actions for. The infographic depicted below shows how our user management system works. Our user management system consists of three core elements. They are defined in the table below.
|Roles||A role is a selection of permissions. There are admin and device permissions, and you can add access categories.|
|Access categories||An access category is a selection of pages and services.|
|A group is a selection of devices and users. You can divide groups in different group types.|
The role of a user will determine what a user can do. This is partly regulated through permissions for our apps, and partly through permissions to use the pages and services in an access category. Groups put users and devices together. This determines the devices for which a user can execute his or her permissions. The infographic depicted below illustrates the relationships between users, devices and our user management system.
How do I use user management?
You can customise the user management system in your company. This article provides several use cases of how to customise your user management system. Follow the actions described below to fully customise your user management system.
- Create your own roles or use our default roles to set-up user management.
- Create your own access categories or use our default access categories to set-up user management.
- Create groups or use our default groups.
- Assign new users to roles and groups and manage access of existing users.
- Assign devices to groups and assign services to access categories.