You can set up multiple users in Sage Simply Accounting, each with their own set of security access rights.
Before you can add new users, you must assign a password to the user, sysadmin. Sysadmin represents the primary user of your company (commonly called the System Administrator). Anyone who opens the company with this user name and password can access all of your company's data.
Do not forget the System Administrator's password. Without it, you may not be able to access all of the components of your company.
Only the System Administrator can change the list of modules a user can access.
If more than one person uses your data, it’s a good idea
to set up user security access, including
passwords. User security can control whether a user can display or change
certain data, view product-related messages, identify who created a transaction, prevent unauthorized
use of certain parts of the program, or exclude users altogether. You
can also control the way non-Sage Simply Accounting products such as Crystal
Access use your data.
If your staff grows or changes quickly, it may be more convenient to create security roles with a limited set of access rights. Once you create a security role, it can be assigned to any new or existing accounting user.
Once you set up a password for a user, the user must always enter the password when starting Sage Simply Accounting, unless you later choose to clear passwords.
Set up users for the first time
Set up security access rights
Add or change a user with rights to specific data
Change or remove your password
Assign a security role to a user
Remove a user
out who is logged in to Sage Simply Accounting
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