You can use the CA SRM User Manager utility to define one or more users, each with a different login and password. CA SRM includes a built-in user ADMIN with a blank password. If you define additional users, each can create and save a custom CA SRM desktop, with personalized user views, solutions, and other user-definable features. Each time CA SRM starts, it prompts for the user login and password, then loads the appropriate set of definitions.
The CA SRM Windows Client supports two levels of users:
CA SRM stores all user definitions (user views, passwords, and so on) in a central database. If the central database is stored on a network drive, you can start CA SRM from any machine and have your settings loaded after you log in. Certain rules apply uniquely for the Open Systems option database and the z/OS Option database.
When you install the Windows Client, you are asked where the Central directory should be located. If you want a single Central directory for all Windows Client users, you need to make sure that the directory is shared and accessible to all users. Each time you install another Windows Client, point to the same Central directory when asked for the location of the Central database.
From the User Manager, you can add a user, delete a user, change a user name, and modify the property definitions for a user. For more information, see Working with the User Manager.If you ask this for a Web Client, the answer is not for now.Regards,Pierre