A user can be made active or inactive on the User Profile Screen. User profiles are also automatically made inactive when five incorrect attempts to log onto the system have been captured. The user profile will need to be activated again for them to access the system.
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NextGen or Classic
The Classic version is the name given to the previous look and feel of the system. Important to note, both NextGen and Classic point to the same database. No data migration is therefore applicable.
This article covers Activating a User for the
Classic version of the system.
An Example of the Classic Landing Page
The article that explains the same for the new and improved
NextGen version, is coming soon.
An Example of the NextGen Landing Page
This feature is available on Lite, Premier and Master.
Navigate to Configuration> Security > User profiles Select the user type accordingly, thereafter select the name of the user whose account has been blocked and change the status back to active under the details section.
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