A typical MIPAR Checkpoint Server setup uses three types of user accounts: Analysis, Sign-off, and Admin. Analysis accounts create new projects and perform analysis. Sign-off accounts view results and approve projects. Analysis and Sign-off accounts use Client installations. Admin accounts manage the MIPAR Checkpoint Server and set up other users.

User accounts and account types are configured in the MIPAR Checkpoint Server. Once an account type is configured, it can be assigned to a user. At any time, the permissions assigned to an account type and the types assigned to an account can be changed.

Account type – typical permissions

Analysis users

  1. Add Project
  2. Check Out
  3. Check Out (non-editable)

Signoff users

  1. Check Out (non-editable)
  2. Access Log
  3. Signoff

Admin users

  1. Check Out (non-editable)
  2. Emergency Login
  3. Access Log
  4. Admin Login

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