Administration, Configuration & Customization
Application configuration and other administration tasks can be performed without having to log in directly on the server.
An overview of Dundas BI's security features and how to fully customize and control your deployment.
Single sign-on (SSO) allows users to log in once on their workstation, and gain access to multiple systems without being prompted to log in again.
Learn how to add a new project and use the File Explorer to manage the file system in Dundas BI.
This article shows you how to add a new user account and manage accounts in Dundas BI. Only administrators have permission to manage accounts.
A group can contain user accounts and also other groups, making it easy to apply permissions to many users at once instead of setting permissions for each account individually.
Learn about the different seat types in Dundas BI and how they determine each user's experience.
This article describes the application privileges that administrators can allow or deny for a user account or group.
This article shows you how to view and manage active logon sessions in Dundas BI.
This article shows you how to view the logon history in Dundas BI.
Dundas BI has built-in support for multiple tenants in a single instance of Dundas BI, each with their own users that are isolated from other tenants.
This walkthrough shows you how to use overrides to use the same data connector, dashboards, etc., for multiple tenants but connect to different data sources for each.
Learn how licensing works in Dundas BI and how to administer licensing from within the application.
This article shows you how to add a new license for Dundas BI. Adding a valid retail license will remove the evaluation watermark from your screens.
This article shows you how to export and import Dundas BI projects using the import & export options available to administrators.
Learn how to monitor the health of your Dundas BI system by reviewing the application log and managing both running and scheduled jobs.
The application log in Dundas BI can help you to troubleshoot operational warnings or errors and diagnose performance issues.
Administrators can run health checks to identify any potential issues with their Dundas BI instance, and apply fixes when available.
You can view or modify configuration settings in Dundas BI through an administration screen, so there's no need to access the Dundas BI server directly.
This article shows you how to manage servers and server groups in Dundas BI.