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Admin Manager Overview

The gear icon provides access to the Admin window. Clicking it opens a new window containing WebEOC administration features. When this option is selected, the Admin window opens in a new tab in your browser.

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Database Size

The Admin window's Home page contains server and support information specific to your instance of WebEOC. Clicking the link associated with Database Size opens up the Database Size window, giving you an overview of the WebEOC database space currently in use by specific elements. Optionally, click any element to remove it from the pie chart. The colored circle associated with the element is no longer filled. Click the element again to add it back into the chart.

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Tabs and Subtabs

Aside from the Admin window's Home page, you will find features and functions grouped into tabs and subtabs. Tabs provide better context for the functions found within each. For example, as you work in the Groups subtab, at a glance you can see that Users, Positions, and Sessions are also managed from the Users tab.

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Subtabs appear in a logical order. The tasks that are most common appear first. For example, tasks related to managing users are more commonly used than those available for Sessions.
Each component manager is described in detail throughout the Hub. The following lists provide a summary of each Admin Manager, grouped by tabs.

The Home tab displays system-wide messages and server and support information.

The Users tab contains the following managers:

  • Users – Configure user accounts and assign credentials that enable users to access WebEOC. Credentials include usernames and passwords.

  • Positions – Assign users to positions in WebEOC and create and manage position access codes (PACs) for self-registration by users.

  • Groups – Create groups and establish access privileges to boards, links, menus, and plugins; these appear as links in a user’s control panel.

  • Sessions – View a list of users currently logged in to WebEOC and, when appropriate, terminate user login sessions.

  • Organizations – As a WebEOC Enterprise administrator, create organizations composed of users, positions, and groups.

The Incidents tab contains the following managers:

  • Incidents – Create and manage incidents to track and relay information specific to the incident. Filter your active and inactive incident data for reporting and viewing purposes. Convert inactive incidents to active incidents.

  • Master Views – View all incidents that have been added to that view. Multiple incidents can be added to a master view. Use the Master View Manager to create new, edit existing, or delete unwanted master views.

  • Reporter – Create pre-formatted or ad hoc reports that can then be added as links to the control panel.

  • Simulator – Create and manually or automatically post scenario injects to the appropriate status boards during a drill or exercise.

The Process tab contains the following managers:

  • Boards – Design, create, and maintain an unlimited number of boards and forms.

  • Agency Template – Define agency-specific system options. Select an agency name, logos, and system-wide message. You can also add a policy message to the WebEOC Login window. Board Template options exist for older boards using the agency template styles.

  • Dashboards – Design, create, configure and maintain your WebEOC dashboards and define user views if you have WebEOC Enterprise or have purchased the Dashboards add-on.

  • Dual Commit – Set up and configure remote WebEOC servers to which data from the local WebEOC server can be posted.

  • Links – Set up and configure hyperlinks to URLs, other systems, or files.

  • Lists – Create and manage lists of items that users can select when updating certain fields on status boards and forms.

  • Menus – Group boards, links, plugins, or other menus in any combination under a single link (menu) on the control panel.

The System tab contains the following managers:

  • Admin Profiles – Establish a predefined set of specific administrator privileges that can be applied as a template to a group of users. You can add, edit, or delete admin profiles.

  • Audit Log – You can view user login information, clear the log, and use the search feature to search for specific events. The log tracks, records, and displays (in a predefined format) events that have occurred in the WebEOC system.

  • General – Access security options, email servers, and more.

  • WebEOC Fusion – Set up and manage your WebEOC Fusion connections.

The Plugins tab contains the following managers:

  • Checklists – Automate procedures and checklists for use within WebEOC during the course of an incident. Add checklists, assign groups to checklists, and attach files to checklists.

  • File Library – Manage folders and assign permissions.

  • MapTac – Create and edit maps, and make maps, markers, and tabs available to users who are using the MapTac plugin.

  • Other plugins and add-ons for WebEOC may appear in this area.

The Mapping tab contains the Maps Manager, allowing you to configure elements of the integrated Maps solution.

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