Using ACCESS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

In an environment that uses ACCESS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, it is possible to define which functions are available to each privilege level (role), as well as create new roles. This provides more precise control in user management by enabling you to specify which functions are available to each individual user. For example, you can prohibit user A from copying, while allowing user B to use all functions. Follow the procedure below to enable ACCESS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM functions.
  <Management Settings>  <License/Other>  <Use ACCESS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM>  <On>  <OK>      <Apply Set. Changes>  <Yes>
If you set this function to <On>, the following settings in Settings/Registration are disabled.
Setting a PIN for Address Book
Restricting New Destinations
Similar restrictions can be set for roles using the ACCESS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. For details, see ACCESS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Administrator Guide.
Even if you change this setting from <Off> to <On>, the following settings in Settings/Registration do not automatically return to their previous values. Change the settings manually.
Setting a PIN for Address Book
Restricting New Destinations
For more information on system requirements and how to create and edit roles, see ACCESS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Administrator Guide.
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