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Managing the user rights on an electrical project data

After having defined the different working groups and users in the interface configuration, you can manage the access rights on each book of the electrical project.

The access right management is available on the contextual menu of each book of the electrical project. You can assign the rights to a book by selecting the groups or define what are the books the users (groups) can access.


If a user is a member from a group not allowed to access a book, he:


Can :

* Print or export files from a book.

* Import data in a book.

* Generate new files in a book (cabinet layout, PLC drawing, report).

* Have a preview of files from a book.

* Edit wire cabling order from any file.

* Manage origin-destination arrow from any files.

* Modify component even if they are used in scheme for a locked book.

* Open SOLIDWORKS assembly using SOLIDWORKS file open but electrical command are not available.


Cannot :

* Edit properties of book.

* Edit properties of folders or files from this book.

* Open files from the book.

* Cut/copy-paste files from the book.

(If a user tries to edit a book that he is not allowed to use the above actions, an error message is shown.)

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