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 Name||Report displays...||Report Parameters||Field Names|
|Users With Org Access||Selected organization's users (active or inactive)|
|Users With Role Access||All users with the selected role|