Levels of Access

Network managers can set up groups of users with different levels of access to the network.

At the highest level, the network manager can install and remove software, access all user areas and change permissions. At lower levels, a group of users may only be able to access particular pieces of software and their files stored in their own areas.

Different levels of access help to ensure that the network remains secure and that only licenced software is used on it.

Your level of access is linked to your User ID

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