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Is there any way to set up a B1 user administrator (create new users, reset passwords, assign/modify authorisations) without assigning him/her as "superuser" which implies to give access to everything? I know that (s)he might assign the necessary authorization to him./herself but this would be easier to detect.

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  • Posted on Oct 27, 2010 at 04:56 AM

    In B1, the super user is the B1 administrator that responsible to create new users, reset passwords, assign/modify authorisations. Without a super user, we can't do B1 administrator job. So, you must assign superuser to the b1 administrator user to achieve that goal.


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