You can change regional settings and use different themes to adapt WebStation to your region and your screen.
Use the Workspaces submenu to switch to another workspace.
You remove a user account goup's path permission to remove the permission to a folder or an object the user account group no longer is to have permissions to.
Use the Windows User Group dialog box to view or change the users added to the group.
You customize the workspace layout to control access and meet the specific requirements of a user account group. For example, you hide or show panes and toolbars. You can save a workspace layout on the EcoStruxure BMS server. In this case, the layout becomes the default workspace layout for all users in the user account group the workspace belongs to. Workspaces are task oriented, which means that a user can switch workspaces during a single WorkStation session.
As a WorkStation administrator, you can change users’ passwords, force users to change their passwords at next logon, or enable and disable the possibility for users to change their passwords.
Using WebStation, you can create and administer user accounts.
Use the Member of tab to add and remove new users to user groups.
Use the General tab to add a new user to the system.