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System preferences - Employees
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1. When creating new users in Sec Admin the name of the person appears in System Preferences under Employees and the authorized maximum discount level is 100%. Is there a way to change this default to a different, lower maximum discount level so that it is automatic with the addition of new users?

2. I find sometimes that a new user name appears in the System Preferences under Employees that was not created by Sec Admin. When opening System Preferences  (usually to change the discount level mentioned above) there will a warning message that an unauthorized user will be deleted because it wasn't found in Sec Admin. We don't open System Preferences frequently, but when we do the name that was previously deleted has often reappeared with the default 100% discount level. The user name has a different format than our normal users, usually just first name, such as "Odette". There are no indications that there is a real user in the system, no transactions of any kind, etc., so it doesn't look like someone has hacked us.  Has anyone had this experience? We use Retail Pro 8.6.build 400.33
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#2
No, the default is 100% using defined employees.
On number 2, that happens when a user is deleted from Sec Admin. When you open sys prefs, it removes the employee from the emp table.
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(07-17-2018, 01:57 PM)Brett R Wrote: No, the default is 100% using defined employees.
On number 2, that happens when a user is deleted from Sec Admin. When you open sys prefs, it removes the employee from the emp table.

Thanks, Brett, for your response.  

The employee that is being deleted was never created in Sec Admin. We do not delete employees in Sec. Admin, but do remove them from group(s).  Remains a mystery..
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#4
How do you add a user NOT using Sec.Admin?
In version 8, pretty sure that is not possible.
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#5
are you polling with V9?
Is that the only user that is removed? Are the other names? How often do you run into this?
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