Modifying users

The following table shows how user maintenance in HCL Quality Server is affected by the security model option being used and by user privileges.
If this HCL Quality Server security model option is being used... And a HCL Quality Server user is... Then...
None A "normal" user There is no concept of an administrator user and all HCL Quality Server users have the same privileges, so there are no user details to be maintained.
HCL Quality Server Built-in A "normal" user The user can modify his or her server login password (for information about this, refer to Changing your login password and default domain).
  An administrator The user can change the passwords of other users and assign (and remove) administrative privileges to (from) other users (for information about this, refer to Changing other users’ login passwords and Assigning/removing administrative privileges).
Active Directory/Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) A "normal" user The user can use Active Directory/LDAP tools (whichever are applicable) to change his or her server login password.
An administrator The user can use Active Directory/LDAP tools (whichever are applicable) to change his or her server login password.

A server user’s privileges are determined by the membership of the Active Directory/LDAP groups selected during a fresh installation of HCL Quality Server or when you modify an existing installation.

The following topics describe how to maintain login passwords and privileges server users.

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