If you work in team and more than one operator manages the same ZaK profile, you can assign specif access permissions to your operators. Each operator is assigned only selected areas of competence and intervention within Zak.

↳ Useful Link: Auth Factory > Zak (All-in-One) > Settings > Configuration



With ZaK Team you can create different users and select their area of activity. Each user has a user name and password.

You need to create different "users". Each user has a name and password that will only allow him/her to access specific areas.



As soon as you enter the Zak profile with your normal login credentials, you will be required to log in again to recognize the user. The operator who authenticates in this second login with the credentials of his user will only have the permissions related to that user.



The operator who authenticates him/herself in this second login with the credentials of his/her user will only have permissions related to that user. If the operator tries to access a section, he/she is not allowed to access, login will be proposed again (to allow him to access with another appropriate user). Without the credentials of a proper user, the operator will not be able to enter that section of ZaK.

ZaK reports the name of the user at the top of the page.


Zak Team Configuration



Before proceeding with the user definition, you must first define the user groups. You can associate specific permissions to each group.



When creating the group or clicking in an existing group, you can assign its permissions.



Once the groups are created, you can proceed with the creation of the different user profiles. A user is defined by name, password and group.

When you activate this feature, you are immediately required to define the administrator user. This is the only user who is not tied to any permissions group.

If you use this feature, the ZaK monitor, which tracks the actions performed on the control panel, also shows the name of the user who performed the action.


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