A user, with ROB-EX Administrator privileges (i.e. has an Admin role), has the possibility to configure, view, and edit different aspects of the ROB-EX Multiuser.

This is done from the configuration menu of the ROB-EX Multiuser web page.

Users access the ROB-EX Multiuser web page by starting a web browser and writing the following in the address line:

Replace “localhost” with the name or IP address of the server where the ROB-EX web server is running.

Browsing to that address will display the login page, where both local users, as well as windows AD users, can log in.

If the server-side has been configured for AD support, it is possible for users to log in using their Windows credentials. This is done by putting a checkmark in the checkbox “Windows Authentication” and typing in their windows username and password. It is also possible to define a domain for the user, this is done by defining the domain and the username in the username text field on the form \. If no domain is defined, the Multiuser will assume that the user is on the same domain as the server.
When a user is logged in and is not active for 5 minutes, the system automatically logs the user out.

Below the Admin page will be explained.

Admin home
Click the button to redirect to the ROB-EX Admin UI.

The Portal button opens the site page for ROB-EX Web Planner. See more about the site page and how to login at Login

The Configure button opens a dropdown where you can go to Sites, Security rules, and Users.

Sites: Click on Sites to configure sites for ROB-EX Scheduler. See more about Site configuration
Security rules: Click on Security rules to create and edit the Security rules. See more about Security rules
Users: Click on Users to create and edit the Users. See more about Users

The Messages button opens the message page where it’s possible to send messages between users. See more about Messages

The Status button opens a dropdown where you can go to Environment, Metrics & Health, and Logs.

Environment: Environment information.
Metrics & Health: In the Metrics & Health information about Database, Disk space, memory usage, and uptime is shown.
Logs: In the logs a log for the web-planner is shown.

The Events site gives an overview of events that happened in the ROB-EX Web Planner. See more about events and the Track Changes by user feature.


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