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What does it mean to be a superuser in Sysarb?

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Written by Tina Mauritzson
Updated over a week ago

Let's start by considering that the main administrator is also the superuser for the system. The superuser owns your organization's data that you load into Sysarb.

By superuser, we mean a person within the organization who has extra knowledge about the Sysarb system, advocates for the system, and serves as a role model and support for the users. Someone who is particularly engaged and often capable of resolving many things together with our support team at [email protected].

Being a superuser in a system means having privileges and permissions to perform actions and commands that regular users cannot do. A superuser has full administrative control and can add, modify, and remove base registry information, calls, audits, or salary mappings. They can also manage user accounts and perform other critical tasks that affect the functionality and security of your setup.

It is important to exercise caution and be aware of the risks associated with superuser rights, as improper usage can result in serious consequences, such as unintentional harm to the system or unauthorized access to data. Therefore, it is recommended to use superuser privileges judiciously and only when necessary to perform specific administrative tasks.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected].

Good luck!

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