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Security groups are used to group employees who use the same features of the database. Employees can be grouped together for various reasons but usually it is because they are at the same staff level or they perform similar duties. An example: authorise timesheets.

Organising employees into groups makes it easier to manage security because you can assign task permissions to security groups and then add the employees to the groups. When the employees log in to CCH Central they inherit the permissions of the groups they belong to.

CCH Central comes with seven employee security groups as default but the system administrator can set up additional groups via Maintenance > Security > Security Group Maintenance.

The default security groups are:

Basic 1

Allows Personal TimeSheet / Disbursement Entry and Basic Client Contact Access.

Basic 2

Basic JH

Manager

Full Access apart from high risk Maintenance Codes and Personal Details

Partner

Full Access apart from high risk Maintenance Codes

Secretarial

Full Access apart form high risk Maintenance Codes

SuperPartner

Full access but can only see timesheets that they have access to

SuperUser

Full Access

 

 

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