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PMS Menu Permissions

Setting Employee Menu Permissions in this way will restrict the items that the employee will see in the menu.

This is a sample of a the default menu configuration file, "MENU.FIL." Yours may be customized and look much different, but the process is the same.

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Reservations Menu
Front Desk
Sales
Night Audit
Manager/Setup
Direct Bill
Condo
Back Office
Food and Beverage/ Retail
Time and Attendance
System Maintenance
F R O N T   D E S K
Front Desk Operations
Housekeeping Screen
Instant House Count
Print Room Inventory
Print Guests in House
Print Housekeeping Report
Print Arrival and Departure List
Print Charge and Payment Journal
Print Guest Profile Traces/ Preferences 
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GAMMAINT
GACRMST
GACOUNT
GARMINV
GAGINH
GAHKEEP
GAARRDEP
GAJOUR
GAPRORP 












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    Menu Description       
    Dos / Unix Line Spacing       
    Menu Number       
    Program Name / Menu Number       
    Prompt for Printer       
    Menu Permission       


When creating the employee I.D. from the System Maintenance menu, use the letters or numbers in the last column, titled, "Menu Permission,"  to determine the parts of the system to which the employee has access.   
Important Notes:  
  • If you have multiple companies, be sure to give employees who need access to more than one company two asterisks for the company number, and set them up only once. Creating the same employee in more than one company may cause the employee to work incorrectly. 

  • In this example, the employee has Front Desk, Reservations and Night Audit , designated by "FRN"


  • Permissions of a single asterisk ( * ) gives permission to everything. If you use the asterisk, do not give any other permissions to that employee. 

  • After assigning employee permissions, you may want to further secure assess to administrative functions by creating Menu Level Passwords. 





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