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How to change Nice Supervisor privileages

How to change Nice Supervisor privileages

How to change Nice Supervisor privileages

(OP)
Hi All
   I need Some help , regarding chnaging Nice Superuser Privaleges. i have Logger8.8....

RE: How to change Nice Supervisor privileages

We have set up our privileges on a group basis.

We create a group e.g. for superusers and then accord privileges to the group.  The people who are to have those rights are then moved into the group as members using the members tab.

The privileges can be accorded to the group by checking the option boxes for the various applications within the privileges tab.

This approach means you don't have to configure individual users and you can easily build up privileges for a user by adding them to several groups e.g. a combined form designer (if using NiceUni) and administrator.

RE: How to change Nice Supervisor privileages

(OP)
Thanks , but i need to change Super user login ie Nice privelages

RE: How to change Nice Supervisor privileages

The login nice,nice has all privelages available what are you looking to change?

Are you suggesting coconuts migrate?

RE: How to change Nice Supervisor privileages

maxtech1:
What exactly do you want to change?  The privileges are stored in the SQL database.  user_privileges should show the privileges granted to the user.  privilege_info shows the "english" translation of the privilege_id to a privilege name.  

The user_id for the nice user is 1.  

I wouldn't suggest doing anything through the SQL back end if you don't know what you are doing though.

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