- It is possible to assign more than one proxy to a user account. You may designate any active user to act as a proxy for any other user account.
Use the Admin Tool to designate a user account to act as a proxy for any other user account.
For example to set up two proxies for one account:
- Admin Tools
- Manage Employees (or via Manager Security in old admin tools) > Proxy Management
- Specify the 1st user who will act as the proxy (username) for the account
- Specify what account holder will the proxy act on behalf of (username)
- Choose whether to grant access to private goals to the proxy
- Specify the 2nd user who will act as proxy (username)
- Specify the same user listed in step 2 above for who the proxy will act on behalf of (username)
- Choose whether to grant access to private goals to the 2nd proxy
Note: You will need to be granted administration rights to assign proxies via Admin Tools.
- When multiple proxies have been designated as acting on behalf of the same user, there is the potential that user data can be edited simultaneously.
- In the event that two proxies are working on the same document at the same time, the person who last saved the document will see their changes saved. This means that the first proxy to save a document being worked on at the same time, their data will be lost (overwritten).
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