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Giving Users Access to Domains
Use User Maintenance (36.3.1) to create users and assign each user access to one or more domains. You can:
Specify one or more domains in the current database that this user can access. Menu functions the user can execute in each domain are determined by the user’s group assignment.
For users who can execute functions in more than one domain, indicate which domain they normally use. This domain is the default during log-in.
Assign the user to one or more groups in each domain this user can access. Use groups to streamline security setup for menus, entities, sites, and other functions that allow specification of a user group. This is an optional feature. See Controlling Access with User Groups.
Note: User profiles apply to all domains in the system. However, profiles include several generalized codes that are domain specific such as access location and user type. To prevent validation errors, you should ensure that these codes exist in all domains.