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User accounts give programs the ability to grant and prevent system access. Each account contains a user's personal and system-related information, such as a user ID and email address.

All user accounts are initially assigned to the lowest-level parent organization in which they are created. This organization defines the data that he or she can view and manage. Each user account is associated with a user role(s) and a set of permissions. A user can access data only for their assigned organization(s) and organizations lower in the hierarchy.

To learn how to manage users, see Manage Users.

Report NameReport displays...Report ParametersField Names
Users With Org Access Selected organization's users (active or inactive)
  • Organization
  • Disabled and Deleted Filter:Exclude Disabled and  Deleted; Include disabled and Deleted
  • Username
  • Last Name
  • First Name
  • Email Address
  • Active Begin Date
  • Active End Date
  • Disabled Date
  • Delete Date
  • Last Login Date
Users With Role Access All users with the selected role
  • Role
  • Disabled and Deleted Filter:Exclude Disabled and  Deleted; Include disabled and Deleted
  • Username
  • Last Name
  • First Name
  • Email Address
  • Active Begin Date
  • Active End Date
  • Disabled Date
  • Delete Date
  • Last Login Date

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