Editing a Subaccount

  1. Go to Administration > Administrator Management > Account Management.
  2. Click name of the subaccount that you want to edit.

    The Edit Subaccount screen appears.

  3. Modify the following information on the screen as required:
    • Subaccount Basic Information: modify the email address if necessary.

      Note:

      The account name cannot be modified.

    • Select Permission Types: select a predefined permission from the Predefined Permission Types drop-down list, or configure permissions for each of the feature manually.

      Be noted that a subaccount has no permission to add or delete domains, even if that subaccount has Full Control permission over the domains. Only the license account can perform such operations.

    • Select Domains: select the domains that the account can manage.

      • My organization: select the entire organization for the subaccount to manage.

        Important:

        Selecting My organization does not grant the subaccount permission to add or delete domains. It just enables the subaccount to use organization-level features such as creating an organization-level policy rule.

        If My organization is selected, the subaccount can manage the new domains added by the license account in the future.

      • Specify: select one or more domains for the subaccount to manage.

  4. Click OK.