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User privilege levels

Every configured user in the IP VCR has an associated privilege level. Privilege levels determine the amount of control the user has over the IP VCR and its settings. Refer to the table below for details.

 

Privilege level Access
administrator

The main difference between an administrator and users with lower privilege levels is that administrators can change settings that affect all recordings and the configuration of the IP VCR itself, whereas other users only have access to individual recordings and to their own profiles.

Users with administrator access can:

  • View IP VCR-wide status (Status)
  • Perform software upgrades (Settings > Upgrade)
  • Change system-wide connection settings (Settings > Connections)
  • Change recording settings (Settings > Recording)
  • View the Event log (Events)
  • Configure H.323 gateways (Gateways)
  • Manage users (Users)
  • Manage endpoints (Endpoints)
  • Fully control recordings (Recordings)
full recording access

Users with this privilege level can:

  • Change their own profile (Profile)
  • View the list of stored recordings (Recordings)
  • View recordings via streaming (Recordings)
  • Upload new recordings (Recordings)
  • Fully control recordings (Recordings)
  • View and modify active connections (Connections)
  • Configure H.323 gateways (Gateways)
  • Manage endpoints (Endpoints)
recording detail

Users with this privilege level can:

  • Change their own profile (Profile)
  • View the list of stored recordings (Recordings)
  • View recordings via streaming (Recordings)
  • Download recordings in MPEG format (Recordings)
recording list plus streaming

Users with this privilege level can:

  • Change their own profile (Profile)
  • View the list of stored recordings (Recordings)
  • View recordings via streaming (Recordings)
recording list only

Users with this privilege level can:

  • Change their own profile (Profile)
  • View the list of stored recordings (Recordings)

The recordings list shows any configured E.164 numbers, and so is useful for finding out what number to dial to play back a stored recording to a H.323 video conferencing endpoint. See Connecting directly using a phone number for additional information.

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