Windows User Rights Editor

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Introduction

The User Rights Editor allows you to define the User Rights of anyone that uses Fernhill SCADA on Windows.

User Rights Editor

You can grant rights to individual users, or user groups.

Starting the User Rights Editor

On Windows 10 or Windows Server 2016 you can start the User Rights Editor tool by:

  1. Opening the Start menu,
  2. Scroll down and expand Fernhill SCADA,
  3. Click on User Rights Editor.

On Windows 8 or Windows Server 2012 you can start the User Rights Editor by:

  1. Opening the Start screen,
  2. Click on User Rights Editor.

On Windows 7, Windows Server 2008and Windows Vista you can start the User Rights Editor by:

  1. Clicking on the Start button,
  2. Select All Programs,
  3. Expand the folder Fernhill SCADA,
  4. Click on User Rights Editor.

You can also start the User Rights Editor from the Fernhill SCADA Notification Icon:

  1. Right click on the Fernhill SCADA Notification Icon Notification icon running,
  2. Click on User Rights Editor.

Adding a New User or Group

To add a new user or group, click on the Add new user button. The Select Users or Groups dialog will appear:

Select Users or Groups

To browse for user or group names click Advanced. You can add any number of user or group names to the User Rights Editor.

Changing the Rights of a User or Group

To change the rights of a user or group:

  1. In the User or group names list, select the name of the user or group you want to change.
  2. To grant a right, select the corresponding check box. To deny a right, clear the corresponding check box.

Removing a User or Group

To remove a user or group, first select the name of the user or group in the User or group names list.
Then click the Delete User Button button.

Further Information

Editing User Rights on Linux

To learn how to edit user rights on Linux computers.

User Rights

To learn about the different User Rights in Fernhill SCADA.

Fernhill SCADA

To learn about the tools in Fernhill SCADA.

Glossary

For the meaning of terms used in Fernhill SCADA.