What Kinds Of Special Permissions Can I Assign To Users?
Q.What kinds of special permissions can I assign to users?
A. Domain administrators can give users a variety of special permissions that go beyond the standard permissions they get based on their account roles. You can manage permissions for a user by opening the user'sAccount Infopage inDomain Controland clicking on thePermissionstab.
Some permissions essentially give users limited domain administrator powers. You typically don't need to give domain administrators these permissions because they already have them.
Masquerade (View & Edit)lets youassume the identity of any userin a particular organization. The Masqueradepermission lets you view and edit information as if you were the user you're impersonating. It's usually easiest to access this feature using the Navbar.
Shadow (View Only)lets yousee what a particular user can see, but doesn't let you make changes for the user. You can give someone permission to Shadowa particular user, a particular class, or a particular organization. This feature is also easiest to access using the Navbar.
Other permissions relate to particular Applicationsfor your domain.
ePortfolio (View or Manage)allows you toview or manage other users' ePortfolios.Viewis a read-only permission, while Managelets you edit as well as view. Note that you can also change the default ePortfoliopermissions for all users in an organization under the Applications tab.