By default, Handy Library Manager does not password protect Library Administrator or any Library Module. Anyone who has access to the computer could open and change your library data. To add security you might consider adding user ids or passwords.
All user ids and passwords are disabled. To activate all boxes you have to enter the current administrator's user id and password in the Login window:
Enter Administrator user id and/or password to access library administrator program.
Question: How do I distinguish between different types of system users? I would like to have 2 or 3 people who can make any kinds of changes and then 5 or 6 people who can only check books in and out and search for books, but not modify records.
Question: One last question. I can create an admin id and password and everything works. I do not seem to be able to create search, data entry or check in/out IDs. It lets me type it in (when I hit change) but does not store it. Is this only because I am using a 30 day test version?
Answer: Our trial version is fully functional; please review instructions and your logins and passwords should work for the main program and all library modules.
Question: Just wanted to thank you for all the help you have been over the past several months. We are finally ready to purchase the software and launch our church library. I noticed that there is really no security to stop anyone from opening the library software. Is there a way to assign admins with their own passwords? Patrons will use the check-out module which is okay but we do not want them to have access to the main databases.
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