Adding a New User

With the appropriate privileges, you can add a new CODIS user from the “main” CODIS menu using your own login whereas logging in with the “manager” login was previously required.

Here’s how:

While at the “main” CODIS menu and at the “Select Function” prompt, type “/USER” and press the <enter> key.

At the “User – (A)dd, (R)emove, (C)hange, (V)iew-settings >” prompt, type “A” and press the <enter> key.

At the “Username to Add:” prompt, type the new username and press the <enter> key.

At the “Full Name of User:” prompt, type the new user’s full name and press the <enter> key.

At the “Select Userclass for:” prompt, type the new user’s userclass and press the <enter> key.

Usersclass option #1, “Dialin Customer” should be selected if your’re adding a customer (Persona user).

Usersclass option #2, “Order Entry Module Access ONLY” should be selected if your’re adding a user that should only have access to the Order Entry Functions menu.

Usersclass option #3, “General Menu Functions” should be selected if your’re adding a user that should have access to the “main” CODIS menu (sub menus can be expanded or limited at the user level).

Usersclass option #4, “Menu and Systems Functions” should be selected if your’re adding a user that should have access to the “main” CODIS menu in addition to “system” level access (the dollar sign prompt).

At the “External Email:” prompt, type the new user’s external email address and press the <enter> key or you can just press the <enter> key if the new user does not have an external email address.

At the “Add Username <please note assigned password – P=change > (Y/N/P) >” prompt, press the <enter> key to add the user with the assigned password. Type “N” and press the <enter> key to NOT add the new user. Type “P” and press the <enter> key to override/manually change the assigned password to a more desirable password.

You can continue adding users or back out of the program. Type a backslash and press the <enter> key to back out.

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