Users need to be registered in the Team Server to be able to work together on model packages and projects. Users can be added manually to the Team Server, but also via import by means of an external identity provider like Windows Active Directory or Azure AD. User import via an identity provider is part of the Team Server configuration, and is usually performed by application administrators.
When users are added, they can be assigned one or more roles for the Team Server. The role determines the user's permissions in the Team Server, in HoriZZon, and for Team Platform-related work in Enterprise Studio. The role also determines which information in the Team Server and in HoriZZon is visible to the user.
Users can be manually added one by one, but it is also possible to add multiple users at once. This is practical if multiple users must have the same role(s).
- In the sidebar menu, click Users, and then click
- In New user, add the e-mail address of the user you would like to add to the Team Server. You can add more than one user by adding multiple e-mail addresses.
- Set the role(s) for the user(s). All users will get the same role(s).
You can choose the following roles: Consumer, Contributor, Lead Designer, and Administrator. Only if you have the System Administrator role yourself, the System Administrator role is available to select for others.
If you do not select any role, the user can only view his or her personal details. If you are going to add the users to a group that only need to access HoriZZon to view site data, you leave the roles empty. By assigning them to groups they will get the right access. For more information about the roles, see User roles and permissions.
- Click Add user.
An e-mail message with an invitation to register will be sent to the user(s).