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On the Security page, you can set security for administrative functions, security override binders, features, groups, levels, and objects. You can also view user information on this page.
On the Administration page, you can grant group leaders and group members access to certain administrative functions.
A security override binder is a shared binder that has document security enabled so that access to the documents in the shared binder can be controlled. Administrators can manage group security for security override binders on the Security Overrides page.
Features are items that groups can access on the Documents page. All features are unavailable by default. Administrators can grant access to features.
Groups are used to combine users who perform similar tasks and have the same security requirements. Administrators can create and manage groups and their members.
Ringtail uses levels to organize documents. Administrators can set security for levels to control what groups can see and do with levels on the Documents page, such as adding documents to a level or deleting documents from a level.
Objects are items such as fields or issues that groups can use when coding documents on the Documents page. All objects are unavailable by default. Administrators can set security for objects.
You can view a list of users on the Users page. You can also view the Review Setup teams to which a user belongs.