Use the popup menu above to select a role for an administrator on a BMLT root server. The arrows will show what kinds of access rights each administrator has.
The example above, has an RSC that contains two ASCs. Each of those ASCs contains two meetings.
The RSC is the “Service Body Parent” of each of the ASCs.
The green arrows indicate that the administrator has full edit rights (can see and change) either a Service body, or a meeting.
The blue dotted arrow indicates that the administrator can see hidden fields in meetings, but cannot change anything.
The red dotted line means that the administrator has no access to either edit or observe the indicated Service body.
The Server Administrator can see and edit everything on the server.
The Primary Admin of the RSC can edit the RSC Service Body Information, as well as the Service Body Information of the two ASCs contained by the RSC. They can also edit every meeting in either of the ASCs.
A “Guest” editor for the RSC (A Service Body Administrator that is included by checking the checkbox for that admin) can edit all of the meetings in both ASCs, but cannot edit the Service Body Information for either of the ASCs or the RSC.
If a Service Body Observer is included in the RSC (by checking its checkbox), then that Observer can see hidden information in all of the meetings in either of the ASCs. Observers cannot change anything, and have no access to the Service Body Information.
An ASC Primary Administrator has full edit rights for the ASC Service Body Information, and full edit rights for that Service Body’s meetings. However, it cannot access the Service Body Information or make changes to meetings in the other ASC. It also has no access to the Service Body Information of the RSC.
An ASC “Guest” editor can edit meetings in that ASC, but has no access to the Service Body Information for that ASC. They have no access to meetings or the Service Body Information for the RSC or the other ASC.
An ASC Observer can see hidden information for the ASC meetings, but cannot access them for the other ASC.