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SAMSUNG MFP SECURITY
ID and Password Setup
The system administrator can create each user's ID and Password by using the Web-UI.
When the Authentication mode is enabled, a User can log in to the device through the Local UI or through a Network
connection. Only authorized users can access the device after successfully logging on. The following are examples of
Local and Network login screens:
7.3

Authorization (Group/Role Management)

A common form of user management is known as Role-Based Access Control (RBAC). By using a defined set of roles, an
administrator can easily assign access to a user by assigning them to a role. Adding a user to a group also allows the
administrator to manage access for large groups of users. Examples of Roles for the MFP are Print only; Scan Only, Copy
Only or any combination of these and others.
7.3.1

Using Group and Role-Based Authority

The Administrator can create several groups with different user roles by using SyncThru
the user property of Authorization, Authentication and Accounting can be controlled by Group/Role definitions. For
example, when Group "A" has only "Copy" authority, a user in that group can only use 1 Copy feature but not other
features like Faxing or Scanning.
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