Every user in your domain has access to one or more administrations in the domain. This means that a user can view and/or change data in an administration depending on his or her role(s).

With the 'Access Control' function, a user's access to an administration can be denied or granted at any time.


ATTENTION!

When you grant a user access to an administration, all user roles with the corresponding rights of that user are transferred to the respective administration.


Only a user with the 'Management' role can grant or deny access to an administration.


Open My domain from different places in Yuki:

  • Click the Switch domain icon above the navigation bar and then click My domain
  • Click the Start icon on the navigation bar and then click the My Domain tile.
  • Click the Settings icon on the navigation bar and then click My Domain in the screen now opened.


In the screen now opened, click the name of the administration whose users' access you want to check:



Then click Access control below Settings in the screen now opened. The following screen is opened:



Click the red cross behind a user to deny that user access to this administration.


Click the Add user button and in the screen now opened, search for and select the user you want to grant access to the administration.