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Managing Users in Urchin 6

Users typically pertain to a single person's log in credentials. They may be granted access to certain profiles/reports individually or through inheritance of a group in which they below. Users may be given different access privileges as well:

Grants a user the ability to view reports and update preferences, but not change configuration information.

User - No Update
Can only view reports -- no update capabilities whatsoever.

Account Admin
Only available when using Datacenter mode, this grants a user rights to some configuration settings within their group.

Super Admin
Grants a user complete control over the Urchin 6 system. A Super Admin account may only be created by another Super Admin.

Allows for easier management of users' report access. To grant multiple users access to the same reports, create a group with the common report access rights and assign the appropriate users to that group.

Available only in Datacenter mode, accounts may be used to provide an additional layer of organization. Note that when assigning report access rights for a user/group to a profile, the profile and user/group must all be within the same account. The default account is "(NONE)" (without quotes). An Account Admin is given administrative privileges to all profiles within the same account.

Datacenter Mode
Enabling Datacenter mode allows for the additional level of organization -- Accounts. There is an option during installation to enable Datacenter mode. If Urchin 6 has been installed already with Datacenter mode
disabled, it may be enabled by running the following SQL statement:

update `urchin`.`uglobals` SET `ubgl_enable_accounts`=‘1’ where `uglobals`.`usgl_id`=1 limit 1;

Resetting the Urchin Administrator Password
Occasionally, the password for the Administrator account (user name: admin) gets lost or forgotten. To reset the Urchin 6 Administrator password to 'urchinadmin' (without quotes), use the SQL statement below. After logging in with the new password, it may be changed under settings.

update uusers set ucus_password="USCX|f7a3ffae66ce965865eb4568e9a9271f" where ucus_name="admin";