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The IP Office system's security configuration controls access to the web control menus. For a Unified Communications Module this refers to the security settings of the Management Services service run by the module, not those of the IP Office into which the module is installed.

Service users can have two levels of web control access. You can combine these to give a user full access:

Web Control Security
Access to the Certificates settings, change root and local administrator password controls and set password rules settings.

Web Control Administrator
Access to all other settings options.

To view and adjust rights group settings:

1.Using IP Office Manager, select File | Advanced | Security Settings.

2.Select the UCM module and click OK.  

3.Enter the name and password for access to the IP Office system's security settings.

4.Select manager_icon_rights_group Rights Groups.

5.Select the External tab. This tab includes settings for level of web control access allowed to members of the rights group.

Web Control Security
Access to the Certificates settings, change root and local administrator password controls and set password rules settings.

Web Control Administrator
Access to all other settings options.

6.Select a particular rights group in the list to see what level of access the rights group has.

7.If you make any changes, click OK.

8.Click on the icon save config icon to save the changes.

To change a service user's rights group memberships:

1.Using IP Office Manager, select File | Advanced | Security Settings.

2.Select the IP Office system and click OK.

3.Enter the name and password for access to the IP Office system's security settings.

4.Select manager_icon_service_user Service Users.

5.Select the service user. The details show the rights group of which that service user is a member.

 

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