[Administration Roles] Edit Role


Notice

To edit an administrative role a user on your domain system must have permission to "Edit Roles".


Take note that it would be very wise of you to create a second administration role that has the exact same permissions as your main "Administration Role".

Consider it a "Fail Safe".  If you have several administrators in your domain you can give half of them the "main" role and the other half the "Fail Safe".

If you are the only person that will hold the main role then it would be wise of you to create a "test user" and place that account in your "Fail Safe" role.

This proactive step will help you in the future if you happen to remove a critical permission from your main "Administration Role".



Permissions

To edit the permissions that a current administration role has click on the role that you want to change.


Next look through the different permission sets.

Admin Permission                 Docs Permission                 Contact Sync Permission

Organization Permission       Calendar Permission          Sites Permission

User Permission                     Resources Permission         Logging Permission

Groups Permission                 Profile Permission              Policy Permission 

Gmail Permission                  Contacts Permission


Those permissions that have check marks next to them are permissions that role currently has, permissions without the check marks are permissions that role currently does 
not have.


To remove a permission that a role currently has click on the check mark next to the permission, and the check mark will be removed.

To add a permission to a role click on the empty box next to the permission you want to enable and a check mark will appear in it.

Once you have made your changes be sure to click on the "Save" button or your work will be lost.

Name, Email, and Password

To edit the name, email, and password for a role click on that role and click on "Edit Role".

You will now be shown the "Edit details for role:" window.

To change the name for the role click into the "Role Name" field and either delete the current name of the role or add to it.

To change the email for the role click into the "Admin Email" field and enter the address for an administrator.

You will have to enter the password for that administrator to not lose any functionality for that role.

If you fail to enter the password for that administrator that role will lose its admin credentials and will not be able to do administrative tasks without that administrator entering
the admin credentials each time they preform a administrative task.

Once you have made your changes be sure to click on the "Save" button or your work will be lost.