[Archivesspace_Users_Group] Questions about user accounts & permissions
michelsd at union.edu
Wed Aug 1 11:13:38 EDT 2018
To answer your second question, any system administrators should have the
"Edit Groups" button grayed out in the Manage User Access list.
On Wed, Aug 1, 2018 at 10:55 AM, Larry Weimer <larry.weimer at nyhistory.org>
> When users no longer need access, I've taken two steps: 1) delete their ID
> from the user group they're in and 2) change the password. That would seem
> to eliminate their ability to access and act in the system, while retaining
> a record of them.
> Larry Weimer
> Head of Archival Processing
> New-York Historical Society
> On Wed, Aug 1, 2018 at 10:46 AM, Christie Peterson <cpeterson at smith.edu>
>> Is there more detailed documentation somewhere about managing user
>> accounts and permissions? (beyond what is in the user manual)
>> Specifically, I need to know:
>> - What happens when a user account is deleted? Does it delete all
>> references to them in the database (that is, every action they've taken)?
>> If so, what is a better alternative to deletion to use when a staff member
>> leaves an organization?
>> - Is there an easy way through the interface to see who currently has
>> system administrator priviledges?
>> Christie S. Peterson
>> Manager of Technical Services for Special Collections
>> Smith College
>> cpeterson at smith.edu
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