If your Airtime server is accessible from the public Internet, it will not be secure until you set your own, strong password for the all-powerful admin user. Should the password for the admin user still be set to admin or some other easily guessed word, you should set a new password immediately, via the Users page on the System menu. Only users with the User Type of Admin can see the System menu when they log in.
On the left side of the Users page, click on admin in the table. The details for this user will appear in the box on the right side. To begin with, on a freshly installed Airtime server, the admin user only has a Username, Password and User Type set.
To set a new password for the admin user, enter a string of letters and numbers (as long and as varied as is practical) into the Password field, then again into the Verify Password field to guard against typing errors. Keeping this password secret is essential for the smooth running of your station, because it enables access to all scheduling and management features. You can also enter other details for the admin user account on this page, including full name and contact details. Then click the Save button.
To add further user accounts to the system, one for each of your station staff that need access to Airtime, click the New User button with the plus icon. Enter a user name, password and contact details, and then select the User Type from the drop down menu, which can be Admin, Program Manager, DJ, or Guest. The difference between these user types is:
New user accounts that you add will be shown in the table on the left side of the Users page. If you have a large number of users on the system, you can use the search tool above the table (which has a magnifying glass icon) to identify specific user accounts. Click the white chevrons in the table headings to sort the search results by Username, First Name, Last Name or User Type.
To edit a user account, click on that user's row in the table, change the user's details in the box on the right side, and then click the Save button. To remove a user account, click the small x icon to the right side of its row in the table. You cannot delete your own user account, and usernames cannot be changed once created.
If the Airtime server is running in demo mode, user accounts cannot be created or updated. See the chapter Host configuration for details of how to enable demo mode.
Users can update their own password, and their contact, language and time zone details, by clicking their username on the right side of the main menu bar, next to the Logout link.
This action opens a separate, individual page which the user can update regardless of their User Type and access to the System menu. Click the Save button to update your account.
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