In a lot of environments administrators like to limit what some users can do with their printers and MFPs, while other users can work without any restrictions at all.
StratoQ supports role-based access so you can control what users do down to individual functionality and on a per-user basis.
Setting up a Role
All new users are automatically assigned to the default role. This is generally the device's generic Access Control List where only administrative functions are disabled.
To edit the default role, or to create a new one, log in as an Administrator and go to Settings > Users > Roles. All of the checkboxes for role permissions denote that you are ALLOWING that function.
You can create as many unique roles as you want. After creating a new role, you will need to assign it to the users that you want to inherit it.
StratoQ controls the user's available functionality via roles, and this role affects both the device's native functionality (where supported and where StratoQ has locked the device down) and also within our app UI.
For example, if a user whose role does not allow color copies logs in, the device will not allow her to make a color copy within the native copy screen.
Here, the role disables the duplex/simplex and color/mono options within the StratoQ app.
Here, the duplex and color options are disabled within the device's COPY interface.