Controlling Local Access

Access Control enables defining group or Access Names, establishing passwords, and creating restrictions for local files. You can copy group and copy access privileges from other groups.

Within files, each group name must be unique. After groups are named, unique passwords can be created. The Admin group is a default group with access to everything. Administrators can attach passwords to single groups and for the full access group.

Local access control applies to files created and stored on local drives. Once files are copied to servers, they becomes entities subject to server access control, overriding local access control.