In the default installation of Magento 2, an Admin account is created that gives you full administrative access. First, you have to create another user account with full Administrator access, so you can use one account for your everyday Administrative activities, and reserve the other as a “Super Admin” account in case you lost access to your main account.
For a team of administrators, you can create a separate account for each, and set restrict access based on their business. To do that, you have to create a role with limited scope and access only to the necessary resources and assign the role to an admin account. After assigned to a restricted role, admin users can see and change data only for websites or stores that are associated with the role, but cannot make changes to any global settings or data.
Step 1: Create a New User
On the admin sidebar click System > All Users > Add New User. Follow these steps:
Enter all required information and set “This account is” as Active, enter your password under Current User Identity Verification.
Step 2: Define the Role
On the left of the panel, click User Role. In the Assigned column, tick the Administrators selection and click Save User.
Admin Password Requirements
Length of the password must be seven or more characters long, include both letters and numbers. For further information, please read this article: How To Configure Admin Security In Magento 2 Admin Panel.
Above is a tutorial on adding users in Magento 2 admin panel. We hope that you can manage the Administrators function in Magento 2 installation, and run your online store smoothly. In the next article, we will describe one of the most security function of Magento 2 platform: Lock Admin Account. Keep tracking Magestandard by subscribing to our site to read more Magento 2 tutorial blog post. See you in the next article.
In this article, we will introduce the Customer Accounts Scope and provide the tutorial on how to configure Customer Accounts scope in Magento 2 backend.
What is Customer Accounts Scope?
Customer Account Scope is a context of a configuration setting to apply the sharing option of customer accounts information in Magento 2 web store. Customer Accounts Scope can be restricted to the website where the account was created, or shared with all websites and stores in the hierarchy. This is one of the most important options in Magento 2 basic configuration, because the function allows store administrator to control the sharing customers account information with website and store in Magento installation.
To configure the customer accounts scope, follow these tips:
On the Admin sidebar, click Stores. After that under Settings, select Configuration.
In the Admin panel on the left, under Customers option, select Customer Configuration
Open the Account Sharing Options tab.
Don’t forget to uncheck the User system value checkbox, after that change setting of Share Customer Accounts to one of these following options:
Customer accounts information will be provided to every website and store in the Magento installation
Customer accounts information will be restricted to the website where the account was created.
Click Save Config after completed.
Above is an article to provide the information about Customer Accounts Scope, and describe the tutorial on how to configure the scope of Customer Accounts in Magento 2 basic configuration. We hope that you can find useful information from this article and have no more confuse in Magento 2 basic configuration anymore. Feel free to leave a comment if you have any question. Remember to like, share and subscribe Magestandard to read more useful Magento 2 article.