User Access Level

User Access Level

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This document describes the difference between the settings Administrator, User, or Disabled, found in the User Management Settings, and the additional areas accessed by the superuser login.

Additional areas accessed by a person with the administrator setting.


Employees with the user setting cannot access the below actions

Detail Steps

Administrator user level (user access level needs to be set as "Administrator") - able to manage the below tasks:

  • Changing batch tracking for items –Batch Management

  • Quick Despatch –Add new Batch-Serial

  • Sales Forecast –Lock a cell –Clear the figures for a particular month

  • Sales –Change PO/Invoice/Pricing when sale order is CLOSED

  • System Startup –Replicate whenever WMS Start –Import remote orders

  • WMS Explorer –Import Historic Sale Orders –Import Sale Orders –Import Check In/Check Out/Transfer/Pick Manager Summary

  • Import - User-Defined Fields, Bill of Materials, Contact Settings, and Price Levels

Superuser login only able to manage below tasks:

(Superuser login has access to all areas available to the administrator as well as the actions below)

  • Purge Data –Migration

  • Accounts set to Disabled (users are not permitted to login)

  • Replication - Perform replication between WMS and Accounting software

  • Undo Billed Purchase Order - Cloud WMS


Only Superuser and Administrator access levels are allowed to perform Accounting Software replication.

With "Administrator" rights, you can edit privilege "User" level only, not "Administrator" or "Disabled."

Some of these access settings are also listed in the “Set User Privileges” menu; once the employee is set to administrator, they will also need to have these privileges set before gaining access to these areas.

Login as Superuser > Go to Options > User Management > select username > set User Privileges.

  • Click to give full access/restrict access in WMS depends on the user.

  • Record Access Rights.

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