If the project security system has been enabled and the default “Guest” user’s privileges have been restricted, then you must log on to fully use the development application and/or the runtime project.
To log on to the development application, click Log On on the Project tab of the ribbon.
- Call the LogOn function somewhere that an expression can be configured — for example, draw a Button object in a screen and then apply the Command animation to it, so that pressing the button shows a logon prompt; or
- Select the Log On on E-Signature option (in the main Security System dialog), which forces the user to log on whenever he performs some action that requires an e-signature.
- To log on as yourself, type your user name and password in the appropriate boxes and then click OK.
- To log on as the default “Guest” user, type guest in the User Name box and then click OK.
Note: By default, “Guest” has no password, so you can leave the Password box empty. However, if you’ve changed the password or you’re getting your security settings from a server (either Distributed or Domain), then you will need to enter a password for “Guest.”
- To log off, simply click Log Off. The default user (typically “Guest,” but this may be changed in the main Security System dialog) is automatically logged on to replace you.