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Discussion in 'General' started by Chris McGrath on Jul 15, 2020.

  1. Chris McGrath

    By:Chris McGrathJul 15, 2020
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    Currently Administrator level 30.
    I am running a training session in a few weeks but would like to run it at level 70 using my information.
    Can I retain my level 30 after the training and change it back?
     
  2. Zach

    By:ZachJul 15, 2020
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    Hi Chris,

    I would suggest creating an Other User profile, with level 70 access that you can login to for your training session. This way you will have the correct access on your main account and not get logged out.

    At this time you wouldn't be able to remove your own level 30 access, and once downgraded someone else would need to upgrade you again. If you do want to use your own account, you could also create a backup level 30 user as the other user, and then upgrade and downgrade your primary account as required!

    Good luck with your training.
     
  3. Chris McGrath

    By:Chris McGrathJul 15, 2020
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    Thanks Zach,
    Good advice I will follow your recommendations.
    Thank you.
    Chris McGrath
     
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  4. Zach

    By:ZachJul 17, 2020
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    I hope that works out well for you, and once again good luck with the training!
     
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