Permissions setup allows configuration of user groups and roles.
Roles are a set of permissions. This could cover things like "Operator" or "Supervisor".
User groups match roles against the areas they apply to. Groups could be something like "Main campus operators". Users can then be added to groups.
To configure your permissions, you will either need the "CanEditUserGroups" permission, or to be an Sureview system admin. You will also need the "UserGroups" feature to be enabled.
You can add additional roles with the button, or click on a role to edit or delete it.
Select the permissions you would like this role to have, then click Save.
User groups can be accessed with the User Groups tab
As with user roles, use the Add Group button to add new groups, or the button to edit.
The first section allows you to add roles for areas to this user group. In this example, we have given the Maintenance Operator role to the entire station. The Inherit indicates that this permission will be applied to all areas within the one selected.
The Domain Groups section is only available for systems with Active Directory enabled. You will need to have your domain already configured, but can then set domain groups to this role. When an AD user logs into SureView CC without an existing account, if they belong to a domain group set on a User Group, then they will get a new account immediately created, and be added into this user group.