Assigning Folder Access Rights

The creator of a folder automatically receives the rights to view and edit it.

You can assign folder access rights to other users. Authorized users can view and edit folders assigned to them in MSAdmin.

To assign folder access rights

To assign folder access rights

  1. On the Navigation Tree, click Server Library and select Folders.

  2. Click the name of the folder you want to assign access rights for.

  3. On the displayed page, select the Rights tab.

  4. Select Global check box for the folder to be available to all users and click the Save button.
    Otherwise, proceed to the next steps.

  5. Click User Groups to expand a hidden section. Select the user groups that you want to have access to the folder.

    1. To add a user group, drag it from the left pane to the right pane or click icon next to its name.

    2. To remove a user group, drag it from the right pane to the left pane or click icon next to its name.

NOTE: You may also use Add All and Remove All controls.

  1. Click Roles to expand a hidden section. Select the roles that you want to have access to the folder.

    1. To add a role, drag it from the left pane to the right pane or click  icon next to its name.

    2. To remove a role, drag it from the right pane to the left  pane or click icon next to its name.

NOTE: You may also use Add All and Remove All controls.

  1. Click Users to expand a hidden section. Select the users that you want to have access to the folder.

    1. To add a user, drag it from the left pane to the right pane or click icon next to its name.

    2. To remove a user, drag it from the right pane to the left  pane or click icon next to its name.

NOTE: You may also use Add All and Remove All controls.

  1. To apply the changes, click the Save button.

NOTE: If you don't specify any access rights for a folder, then it will be available for all users.