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Adding an existing user to another enterprise ID

To add an existing user to another enterprise ID:

  1. Click Admin, then click Users.

    Control Center lists the users for your organization. Users with additional permissions or roles have icons next to their username: system administrators (
    ), security users (), VoIP users ().
Users
  1. Click Add User.
Add User
  1. In the fields, type the usename and email address for the user you want to add, then click Verify & Add.

    Control Center shows the profile for the user.
Update Existing User (showing User Details)
  1. Make any changes to the profile information for user (if needed). When you're done, click Save.
  1. Click the on the Account Groups section to expand the section.
Update Existing User (showing Account Groups)
  1. From the list, select the account groups you want to assign to the user:

    • To assign an account group to the user, click the checkbox on the row for the account group.

    • To assign all account groups to the user, click the checkbox on the gray bar above the column of checkboxes.
  1. When you're done assigning account groups, click Save.
  1. Click the on the Accounts section to expand the section.

    Control Center lists the accounts assigned to the user based on the account groups you selected.
Update Existing User (showing Accounts)
  1. To add additional accounts, click on the right end of the Usassigned Accounts section to expand it, then click the checkbox next to the account(s) you want to add. (To add all unassigned accounts, click the checkbox on the gray bar above the column of checkboxes.)
  1. When you're done assigning accounts, click Save.
  1. Click the on the Permissions section to expand the section.
Update Existing User (showing Permissions)
  1. Select the permissions you want to assign to the user:

    • To add individual permissions, click the checkbox on the row for the permission.

    • To add permissions for a whole section (e.g., Billing), click the checkbox on the gray bar for the section (above the column of checkboxes).

    • To make the user a system administrator, click the System Administrator toggle to turn it on. (System administrators have access to all permissions.)
  1. When you're done, click Save.

    Control Center adds the user to the enterprise ID and assigns the account groups, accounts, and permissions you selected. Control Center doesn't email the user to tell them about their new access, so make sure you let the user know they can now access this enterprise ID.