Managing access levels in the ATRIUM software
Access levels determine which areas in the building a user will have access to and during which schedules. This is done by enabling the access level and then assigning a schedule to each area.
From the Dashboard tab, click on the Access Levels icon. From this page, access levels may be added, edited, and deleted.
By default the following access levels are defined:
- Access Level Always: This access level has the Schedule Always assigned to all areas meaning that the access is valid 24 hours a day, 365 days a year including any programmed Holidays. This access level cannot be modified or deleted.
- Access Level Programming: This access level has the Learning Mode schedule assigned to all areas meaning that the access is by default valid 24 hours a day, 365 days a year including any programmed Holidays. This access level can be modified.
Adding an Access Level
From the Dashboard tab, click on the Access Levels tab and click on the Add button.
- Display Name: Identifies the access level throughout the ATRIUM software. We recommend using a name that is representative of the access level.
- Enabled: When selected, activates the access level.
Assign a schedule to each area to determine which areas (rooms) in the system a user, having this access level, will have access to and during which periods.
To add and assign access levels, you must first define Areas
Use the Notes text field to record any additional notes that may be required. We recommend that you keep a log of what settings were changed and when they were changed.
Use the Save button to save changes.
Use the Cancel button to ignore changes.
Modifying an Access Level
Select an access level from the list and click on the Properties button. See the Adding an Access level section for more information.
Deleting an Access Level
To delete an existing access level, select the access level from the list and click on the Delete button. A dialogue box will appear requesting confirmation. The Access Level Always cannot be deleted.
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