In the Fleet tab, Fleet administrators can view and edit Fleet display and configure email alerts.
Fleet ID, Maximum Active Users (number of Users that can be logged in), and Maximum Active Vehicles (number of Vehicles that can be tracked in this Fleet) are read-only fields. To edit the rest of the information:
Depending on the customer, event alerts can be emailed from the vMax LIVE+ Server or from another customer’s server. The email can be configured within the Email Configuration section. To do so:
Fleet administrators can use the Permissions tool to assign permissions to other users.
Under the Permission tab, a drop-down menu located on the upper-left corner displays the user Roles existing in the system.
Different Roles, such as Administrators, Supervisors or Users, may have different Access Levels to the Features available in the Fleet Setting modules of Path, vMax LIVE+ and vMax Commander applications.
These features are listed in an expandable table and grouped into several categories, based on which of the applications allow access to them.
Such Feature categories are:
There are basically three Access Levels to these features in vMax LIVE+:
The Permissions tool in Fleet Settings also allows Fleet administrators to give or remove full access (without specific options) to vMax Stream at the bottom of the table after the vMax LIVE+ feature list.
Since you already know that Permission configuration is based on Roles, Features and Access Levels, let’s take a closer look at the workflows in the next section to learn how to do it.
In the Permissions module, users can add, edit or delete Roles through the Role drop-down menu and the two buttons located next to it.
To add a new Role:
After adding a new Role, you may need to edit some of the Permissions assigned to it to differentiate it from other Roles (remember you have just copied these Permissions).
To edit a Role: