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Help Contents:

Working with databases

Working with records

Form fill-out and form data saving (autofill, form filler)

Printing database data

Configuration of Password Manager XP

Install to removable device Wizard

Configuring for network use

Password generator

Database users

Records and folders permissions

Customizing the fields' structure

Command line parameters

Records and folders permissions

For the purpose of distinction of the access privileges to an entire database or the specific objects of the database, it is necessary to create the database users. For users' management, use the Database -> Properties… menu item and the Users tab. A user with the Administrator right can assign the access permissions to the database objects (such as the folders and records). To do this, check the object(s) and select the Edit -> Permissions... menu item.

If in the permissions window of the object, the checkboxes are shaded, that means that the access permission to this object is inherited from a parent object. If you deselect the Permissions are inherited from parent object checkbox, you can set the access permissions specifically for this object and all of the embedded objects. You can modify the access privileges or delete the users from the permissions list. If you delete a user from the list, the object will become unavailable to him - the folders will be invisible and all of the records data will be displayed as the star (“*”) symbols.

There are four permissions types: Insert data, Modify data, Delete data and View passwords. To allow or deny access for a user, select the according checkbox (Allow or Deny). In the list, leave only the users that have the access rights for the object of interest. If you would like to reset the permissions for all of the sub-objects and enable the inherited permissions transfer, enable the Reset permissions of child objects parameter.