Security of your Ricoh ProcessDirector system includes determining who can access Ricoh ProcessDirector and what functions they can do. You use Ricoh ProcessDirectoruser names, groups, and locations to control security.
If you want to let other users access Ricoh ProcessDirector file systems and run the Ricoh Visual Workbench user interface, you can give a user name virtually the same authority as the Ricoh ProcessDirector system user (aiw1 is the default).
Many objects, such as jobs, printers, input devices, inserter controllers, and barcode
readers have a Location property. The user property notebook has two properties to manage access to locations.
The Allowed locations property affects which objects the user can see in the user interface. The Locations to show property lets users select which of their allowed locations to display in the user
interface. On the Preferences dialog, each user can change the Locations to show property to add or remove locations from their current view.