How can I assign some users to Administrator?

Hello,guys.

My question might be too ridiculous but I still could not
understand what is ‘Administrator’ means in RT.How can
I assign some privileged-users(staff) to Administrator?

Does Administrator means ‘SuperUser’?


If so, then what is the point of fixing the rights of Administrator
when he or she have the global rights to do anything?

By the way, I’m using 4.2 version.

Sincerely,

Hajime

My question might be too ridiculous but I still could not
understand what is ‘Administrator’ means in RT.How can
I assign some privileged-users(staff) to Administrator?
Does Administrator means ‘SuperUser’? [1]http://requesttracker.wikia.com/wiki/SuperUser
If so, then what is the point of fixing the rights of Administrator
when he or she have the global rights to do anything?
By the way, I’m using 4.2 version.

Your screenshot points to the tab labeled Administrators in the rights
UI. These are merely Rights we suggest might be useful to users who
Administer your system. This is to avoid having a huge long list,
instead it is broken into three “chunks”.

If you grant someone SuperUser, they don’t need any other rights.

However, it’s quite logical to give users Administrator level rights
that aren’t the complete SuperUser right.

-kevin

Kevin,

Thank you for your answer.
I was actually guessing after I sent the email that those three tabs are
the category of the rights, not the user’s position in system.I’m grad that
I could confirm that.

Hajime2014-02-13 23:44 GMT+09:00 Kevin Falcone falcone@bestpractical.com:

On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 12:48:59PM +0900, Hajime Takase wrote:

My question might be too ridiculous but I still could not
understand what is ‘Administrator’ means in RT.How can
I assign some privileged-users(staff) to Administrator?
Does Administrator means ‘SuperUser’? [1]
http://requesttracker.wikia.com/wiki/SuperUser
If so, then what is the point of fixing the rights of Administrator
when he or she have the global rights to do anything?
By the way, I’m using 4.2 version.

Your screenshot points to the tab labeled Administrators in the rights
UI. These are merely Rights we suggest might be useful to users who
Administer your system. This is to avoid having a huge long list,
instead it is broken into three “chunks”.

If you grant someone SuperUser, they don’t need any other rights.

However, it’s quite logical to give users Administrator level rights
that aren’t the complete SuperUser right.

-kevin


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