A guest logon is used when you want the user to get immediate access to the EcoStruxure Building Operation software using WebStation.
A workspace consists of panes, windows, and a work area that can be customized to suit a user's specific needs. Dialog boxes are presented on top of the workspace.
An EcoStruxure Building Operation domain contains user accounts, user account groups, software permissions, workspaces, and one or several EcoStruxure BMS servers. The EcoStruxure BMS server that hosts and administers the domain is called the domain controller.
Use this workflow to unify domains and to make sure all the servers have the same domain after you add an Enterprise Central to your system. Related information can be found in the sections after the flowchart.
You create and configure a user account for each person requiring access to the EcoStruxure BMS.
Use the Change Password dialog box to change your password.
Use the Guest Account Properties dialog box to view or edit the properties of the user account.
A user account or a user account group can be granted the following path permissions: Read, Write, Create, Delete, Edit, Force and Command.
You set permissions on a relative path twice.
You set permissions on a type twice.