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You will be able to access the community during the upgrade but you won’t be able to post until we’ve migrated every user to our new platform.
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Multiple log ins makes it easier to keep individual data separate while under the same account, and give people in your office/home the ability to log in without being able to make Admin-level changes or see others' data. Want to be able to have multiple people in your office or home log in to the account with their own separate log ins? Let's talk about how to get that set up...
You'll Need MozyPro
Like we discussed last week when we talked about MozyHome vs. MozyPro vs. MozyEnterprise, MozyHome is strictly for personal non-business use, and it does not have the ability to set up multiple log-ins for the same account. MozyHome also only allows up to 5 machines to be on the plan, so if you have more than that many coputers to backup it doesn't work for you anyway.
So, in order to set up multiple log-ins for a Mozy account, you'll need a MozyPro (or MozyEnterprise) account. For information on pricing/plans, or to sign up for a MozyPro account, please call our Sales team.
Setting Up Individual User Log-Ins
Once you have a MozyPro account, then you get to set up your individual log-ins-for MozyPro we call them Users, and whether you'll allow them the ability to log in to the actual account or not, you need to set up at least one.
Admins vs. Users
With MozyPro you have two sets of credentials, the Admin credentials which is the main email and password combination used to log in and manage the account, and the User credentials which are email and password combinations used for installing and restoring.
Click on Add New User from the left-hand menu under Users
Choose a User Group to add the User to
Indicate what type of User it will be, either Server or Desktop (all machines under that user will be what you choose)
Set a storage limit for that User (or leave it blank if you don't want them to have a limit)
Set how many devices you'd like that User to be able to add and back up
Enter the Username (This is the name of the User for organizational purposes, not what they'll actually use to log in)
Enter the Email for the User (the email will be their actual log in username)
Note: You can add multiple users at one time by clicking the + sign and entering details for another User. All Users will be added to the group you selected and will be specified with the settings you selected above. If you need to add them to different groups or set them up differently, you'll want to save this user and come back in to add one with different settings.
Check Send users instructions email only if you want them to be emailed instructions for setting a password and installing
Click Add User(s) when you're ready to save your options
Setting or Changing the User Password
If you don't send your Users' their instructions emails, you can easily just set up the password for them, or you can go in and change the password if they make a mistake or forget it. To set or change the User password, follow these steps:
Click on Search/List Users from the left-hand menu under Users
Click on the User email you wish to set/change the password for
Click on Change User Password in the upper-right hand corner of the User panel
Enter the new User password twice
Click Save Changes
Note: You can check Temporary password only if you want the User to immediately reset their password when they first log in with the one you set. This only works if you have a Subdomain set up.
Giving Users the Ability to Log In
By default, your Users wont have the ability to log in to the account online, and their User credentials will only be good for logging into the software or Restore Manager. This means they also wont be able to reset their own passwords, and you will need to do the resetting for them each time.
However, if you give your Users the ability to log into the account, they'll be able to log in and view their information as well as request a password reset on their own as well. They will only be able to see their own machines and information, and none of the other Users or their data.
You'll Need a Subdomain
Since Users can't log in at the regular mozy.com/login page like an Admin can, you'll need a Subdomain set up in order to give them a place to log in. A subdomain is a URL you choose and set up with Support and will look like this: