The principle behind the user management is simple:
You can also double-click on the user.
SQL-RD comes with the Administrator and User security roles. Roles help you to easily manage which functionality is available to people who will be using SQL-RD.
You can create new roles by creating groups.
By placing users into different groups, you can determine what they can and cannot access in SQL-RD. Restrict access to certain functionality, activation/deactivation and even assign blackout times.
In the Permissions Tab, you can then specify access to system features such as operational hours, or the options menu. Check the boxes to indicate whether the group has access to these features.
You can also restrict what destinations the group has access to.
Pre-create destinations in this manner and assign these destinations to the specific group. Perfect for avoiding giving out sensitive logon information such as FTP or SharePoint site info.
Set Blackout Times to prevent users from scheduling reports during a certain time frame. Use Operational Hours to build time frames.
You will now be able to assign new and existing users to the newly defined security role as below.
To enable Windows Authentication check the box in the lower left hand corner of the User Manager.
Windows Authentication allows you to use Windows Authentication to log in to SQL-RD. This can help save time in creating new users for SQL-RD. Security roles created in SQL-RD can also be applied to users under Windows authentication.
Users added in this manner WILL NOT be displayed as individual users in the Users list in the User Manager.