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usersideinformation:granting_login_access [2019/02/08 03:52]
dperic [Granting Login Access to Administrator]
usersideinformation:granting_login_access [2019/02/08 04:04] (current)
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   - Below your name in the top-right corner, access **User Page**.   - Below your name in the top-right corner, access **User Page**.
   - On the **User details** tab, enable the **Grant Access to your Company Admin** toggle switch. \\ A date field displays.   - On the **User details** tab, enable the **Grant Access to your Company Admin** toggle switch. \\ A date field displays.
-  - Set an expiration date to limit the login access. \\ You can either manually input the date or click the calendar icon to select the date. In this case, account access will be revoked after the specified date. \\ Alternatively, leave the date field blank to grant permanent access to the administrator. If you later decide to revoke account access, you will need to disable the **Grant Access to your Company Admin** toggle switch and save your changes.+  - Set an expiration date to limit the login access. \\ You can either manually input the date or click the calendar icon to select the date. Account access will be revoked after the specified date. To manually revoke account access, you need to disable the **Grant Access to your Company Admin** switch and save your changes.
   - Click **Save**. \\ The page reloads.   - Click **Save**. \\ The page reloads.
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 +<note>After the 1902 release, any existing open grants currently set to an indefinite period of time will automatically become limited to two weeks. Furthermore, if users defined an expiration date for the access grant, and then revoked it before the 1902 release, the next time they open a grant following the 1902 release, the last expiration date used will be preselected.</note>
  
 Once you grant access, the administrator can log into your account to help you resolve any issues. You can continue using your account without interruption when the administrator is logged in on your behalf.  Once you grant access, the administrator can log into your account to help you resolve any issues. You can continue using your account without interruption when the administrator is logged in on your behalf. 
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