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In this groov Workshop, we’ll see how to create users, and the different security levels
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available for each user. From here in groov Build you must be a groov Admin in order to
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manage users. I’ll click Configure > Accounts. Here you’ll see at least the one ADMIN user
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you created initially. When I click “Create User” It’s tempting to just jump straight
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in with a username and password. But first, stop and think about what security settings
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you want for this user. groov has four levels of security, where ADMIN is the highest. This
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one lets me do everything, including creating other users and resetting their passwords.
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Next is EDITOR - who cannot add or change users, but can build and view all pages and
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change their own password. An OPERATOR can NOT edit any pages. They can only view pages
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they’re authorized to see, and they can change their own password. KIOSK is the lowest
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level. This user can only view pages they’re authorized to see. They can’t change the
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password, and they cannot even log out. This user level is meant for setting up groov in
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a public kiosk, or perhaps in a machine interface. This is easy to do with an iOS device in ‘guided
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access’ mode. See our groov Workshop on 'Kiosk mode' for more. Notice that for the
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first two security settings--Admin and Editor--the “Groups” option is grayed out. It doesn’t
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apply, because those users can edit and view all pages. So, now you can create the username
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and password with appropriate strength and set the level of security for that user. No
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matter what, don't forget your Administrator login and password. If you do, you will have
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to reset your groov back to factory defaults. Thanks for watching, see ya next time.
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