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Sage MAS 90 and Sage Sage MAS 200 Security Information
Preserving the integrity of your company’s accounting data is of paramount importance. Secure data access has been built into the Sage MAS 90 and Sage MAS 200 product family, from the bottom up. Because each company’s needs regarding data security will vary, the Sage MAS 90 product family offers a flexible, dependable, judicious approach, centered within the Library Master module. Below are the key elements of the Sage MAS 90 and Sage MAS 200 security matrix.
- Individual users or user groups are established, given passwords, and assigned one or more roles by company code.
- You may restrict users’ access to specific Sage MAS 90 company codes.
- You will set up roles, such as "supervisor" or "data entry" and assign the tasks and security events associated with each role.
- Role security is specific to a company code, moduel, and then tasks within the module.
- A user's role then controls which tasks they may access and what functions they may perform.
- Copy one role to a new role to speed security setup.
- Many functions are protected by special discrete security functions such as a password to override a customer’s credit limit.
- Using the Sage MAS 90 and Sage MAS 200 Custom Office application, hide or restrict buttons and data elements for specified users, or maintain a list of valid entries into data fields.
- Outside data access is also restricted using a similar security model. To access Sage MAS 90 or Sage MAS 200 data, the security matrix requires the user to log into the data source. Any access rights are pre-determined in the users security setup. ODBC access can be controlled at either a data table level or data element level.