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Camp Groups: Editing a user's account settings

When an admin is editing the account settings for a user that exists in multiple camps within a camp group, a new option will allow the admin to apply those same settings to all camps within the group.

Also, if a user with a unified login changes their own password via the "My profile" page, the password will be applied to all databases within the group for which they have an account.

 

Editing a user's account settings

When editing a user's account settings from the "Users" section of the "DB Management," the admin may select to apply those same settings to the other camps within the camp group that this user is an admin for. This option allows the camp to grant the user the same account settings/same access level to all camps within the group. Note that CampSite will identify the user in the other camps according to their e-mail address on their account.

By deselecting this setting before saving changes for this user, CampSite will only apply these settings to the user's account in the present database. This allows a camp group to grant the user different access levels to each database in the group, as needed.

Note that if this setting is selected, permissions will only be applied for the same modules in the other camps. If the current database has additional modules that the other camps do not have, those permissions will not apply to the camps that lack those modules. If the present camp lacks modules that the other camps have, the permissions applied to the other camps will only include modules that the current camp has. The admin will need to switch to the other database that has those additional modules in order to grant this user permissions for them (if desired).

 

Changing a user's password from the "My Profile" page

 

When a user with a unified account changes their password for a single database within the group, the new password will be applied to all databases within the group for which they have an account.

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