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The user account must belong to Bizagi and Administrators group

Hi,

I have a problem. I installed Bizagi Studio on my computer. When I try to create a new project, a screen appears a network authentication option. I insert my data and then the following message appears: "The user account must belong to Bizagi and Administrators group". I believe that should not appear this error, since the Bizagi is installed locally on my computer without having to connect to a server. it will be taking place this error?

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Dear Luciano,

Yes. it is correct. You need to add the user to two groups: Bizagi and Administrators.

To open/create a project, you will need to make sure your user is authorized to do so.Consider the following authorization settings when opening a project: 1. Your user needs to be explicitly defined as a member of the Bizagi group.

Bizagi needs to have administrative rights to create and manage projects

Regards

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Hello,

Our company's rule is that no individual user accounts are added to local groups because keeping track of individual user access is inefficient. (see in attach)

Have you a workaround for this problem?

regards,

Pietro

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Dear Pietro,

Bizagi requires to create a local group called Bizagi Group on the same machine where people are working in order to have security on Bizagi Studio and to have control of created projects.

Your user needs to be explicitly defined as a member of the Bizagi group.

If you are connecting to a project hosted on a remote server, then you will need to make sure that your user also belongs to the Bizagi group at that remote server.

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For further information:

Regards

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sorry to reopen this old thread, but the other users exactly described my own problem. my user is member of the local group called "bizagi", but as was stated earlier, ones own user has also to be member of "administrators".

in our company we are not allowed to have individual uers in the local administrators group. unfortunately juan's last reply does not provide a solution to this problem. i get it that many big international companies use bizagi as well, i can't magine they will allow individual users into their local admin groups, so what is the solution to this problem?

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Dear Slavisa,

There are two different machine rights. One is to create projects (server) and one is to open projects (clients).

Keep in mind that in order to create a project, your account needs to belong to both to the local Bizagiand the Administrators group (where Bizagi Studio is installed).

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To open a project, you will need to make sure your user is authorized to do so.

Consider the following authorization settings when opening a project:

1. Your user needs to be explicitly defined as a member of the Bizagi group.

If you are connecting to a project hosted on a remote server, then you will need to make sure that your user also belongs to the Bizagi group at that remote server.

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2. If the Bizagi Studio security feature has been configured for this project, make sure that your user is authorized to open the project and work in the relevant processes.

For more information about the Bizagi Studio security feature, refer to How to configure Bizagi Studio security.

For further information:

Regards

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