Managing Software Settings
DRPU Financial Accounting Software provides advance feature to set software settings for running the software according to his needs. On clicking “Settings” menu, the following options will be displayed:
This section will guide you to create new users for accessing the Company records, and modify and delete existing users as per need. By default Administrator is created, when you create new Company. Administrator has all rights/permission to access Company records and provides permission or restriction to other users (like Power User and General User) for accessing the records.
Note-> When you create new Company then only one Administrator is created.
To view User Settings, click on “Settings > User Settings”, the following options will be displayed:
Financial Accounting Utility with advance feature consists of three types of users:
Administrator is a user who is created during Company creation, and has all rights and permission to access the Company records.
Create new Company and Delete existing Company.
Create/Delete Power user and General user.
Assign/Modify user rights and software module access permission to Power user and General user.
Power User is a user who is created by Administrator and can access the Company records.
Rights and Limitations of Power User:
- Create/Delete one or more General users.
- Assign/Restrict User Rights and Software Module Access Permission to general user.
- Cannot create/delete the other power user.
- Cannot modify User Rights and Software Module Access Permission of power user.
- Cannot delete the Company.
General User is created by Administrator and Power User. This user can access only those rights and permissions which are assigned by Administrator and Power User.
User Rights are different from access permissions that can be assigned to user for performing the following actions:
- Save: Allow user to save the records.
- Modify: Allow user to modify existing records.
- Delete: Allow user to delete the records.
- Print: Allow user to print the records.