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Clarity full admin rights

Question asked by another_martink on Dec 14, 2013
Latest reply on Dec 17, 2013 by John_George

There appears some users that are under the impression that in CA Clarity having full admin rights or being the admin user or being a member of the admin group gives the ability to do everyhting in Clarity.

The way I see it is that those give you the rights to system administration, but do not make the user a super user that can also perform all functional actions. In order to do that the user would need all global rights in addition to the admin rights.

Sometimes this causes confusion when the admin type user cannot perform some functional action as can be seen in the some threads on Clarity General message board.

Is there something that could be done with document to straighten this misunderstanding?

Unfortunately I don't think so, because these users tend to read documentation only when everything else fails?

Martti K.