Use the Logoff to guest account function when you want to keep monitoring certain functions in your EcoStruxure BMS even though the logged on user account is manually or automatically logged off.
Use the Policies tab to edit the policy settings for a user account group.
The EcoStruxure Building Operation software gives you a number of functions to monitor and manage your facilities.
Operator Display authenticate users via user name and password.
When logging on to an EcoStruxure BMS server, you have to authenticate yourself by using a valid user account. The user account has to belong to the same domain as the server you log on to.
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.
Software permissions are used to manage privileges that user account groups and user accounts own to objects in Building Operation software. In the EcoStruxure Building Operation software, you can assign two types of software permissions to user account groups and user accounts: path permissions and command permissions. You can also assign extended permissions to all the instances of folder structure or of a custom type.
Use the Software Permissions tab to add software permissions to a user account group by adding paths and assigning command permissions to the group.
Use the Windows Group Name and Group Policies page to map a Windows Active Directory and enter policies for the group.
Use the Software Permissions tab to enter individual path permissions for a user account.