How do I configure user access rights in the Control Panel?

User access rights in the Control Panel can be configured to ensure that users only have access to the features and resources they need. Configuring user access rights is an important part of system security and data protection, as it ensures that users are only able to perform the tasks they are authorized to do.

In order to configure user access rights in the Control Panel, you must first login as an administrator. Then click on the ‘Users’ icon in the Control Panel and select the ‘Manage Users’ option. On the Manage Users page, you can view all of the existing users. To add a new user, click the ‘Create User’ button and enter the user’s name and password.

Once the user has been added, you can manage their access rights. Click on the user’s name and select the ‘Permissions’ tab. Here, you can assign the user to a group or configure individual permission levels for the user. Groups can be assigned a broad set of access rights, such as administrative access or guest access. Individual permissions allow for more granular control over which features the user can access and what actions they can perform.

For example, if you want to give a user access to system settings but not the ability to change them, you would uncheck the ‘Change System Settings’ checkbox. You can also configure how other users and groups can interact with a particular user. For example, you can choose to restrict read and write access to certain areas of the system by unchecking the appropriate boxes.

Once the access rights have been configured, click the ‘Apply’ button to save the settings. The user will now be limited to the permissions you have given them and will not be able to access any features or functions outside of their scope.

Configuring user access rights in the Control Panel is a simple yet effective way of ensuring that only those with the correct authorization are able to access sensitive information and resources on the system. This helps to protect the system from malicious actors and unauthorized changes, while still allowing users to complete the tasks they need to.