This is where you define what features can or cannot be accessed by each security group. For example, you can set permissions so that members of the ‘Basic’ group can access their employee task list, but not Time Processing Category information, or that members of a 'Manager' group can access and authorise timesheets.
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- To add or alter task permissions use the following symbols to tell the system what you are referring to.
- Task permissions are set to control access by users to the system. Permissions are either set as enabled or disabled and depending on that setting and what group the employee belong to, they will or won't be able to carry out certain functions. Once you have set up security groups, the next step is to set up the task permissions that belong to each security group. This means selecting which menu options, windows, tab windows and software functions a security group can access or edit.