When using the Web Interface, you can specify the following personal settings:
Use this setting cautiously. If you specify a small number, you will need to page through list items. However, specifying an unreasonably large number may result in poor performance of the list view.
Active Roles saves these settings on a per-user basis in the configuration of the Web Interface site. Once saved, the personal settings take effect regardless of which computer is used to access the Web Interface. The user can have different personal settings for different Web Interface sites.
To change personal settings
Logging out of the Web Interface can save Web Interface users from harmful security breaches. Users should log out of the Web Interface when their work is completed.
To log out of the Web Interface
The Log out command closes the current Web Interface session and deletes all the session-related data from the local computer.
Not logging out may pose a security risk (for example, if the user accesses the Web Interface from a public computer). In such a case, the Web Interface can forcibly terminate the session due to user inactivity.
The Web Interface provides an inactivity timeout, ensuring that the session is not terminate unexpectedly. The administrator can specify the amount of continuous idle time that must pass in a Web Interface session before a message box pops up to prompt the user for an action. If the user does not respond to the prompt, the session is forcibly terminated after an additional grace period.
The Web Interface home page displays categories of administrative tasks supported by the Web Interface. The same categories are displayed along the vertical strip on the left side of the Web Interface window, referred to as Navigation bar. Click icons on the Navigation bar to perform the following tasks: