Knowledgebase: Introduction
Understanding BaseManager User Access Levels
Posted by Leanne Lloyd-Fairey on 02 February 2017 11:39 AM

BaseManager users are assigned to one of the following access levels:

  • Company Admin: Company administrator privileges are typically assigned to the person whose account is set up during the BaseManager account registration process. Users with company admin privileges can perform all tasks in BaseManager and all tasks in the BaseManager Administration interface for all sites that belong to the company.
    Note: For companies with multiple users, Baseline recommends that more than one person be given company admin privileges. The original company admin can change the access level for other users in the BaseManager Administration interface for all sites that belong to the company.
  • Site Manager: The site manager can perform all tasks in BaseManager for the site and controllers that he/she is assigned to. In the BaseManager Administration interface, the site manager can only edit his/her personal user information.
  • Operator: The operator has view-only access to all settings in BaseManager for the controller that he/she is assigned to. The operator can manually start/stop zones and programs. Operators can also initiate rain delays and test devices. In the BaseManager Administration interface, the operator can only edit his/her personal user information.

Related Topics

Understanding the Data Hierarchy in BaseManager

Adding Users

Updating Your User Information