Pro Schedule Security

In Pro Schedule Web an administrator must login in order to edit other users' appointments as well as access the security options screen.

All users must login before using the software. All user names and passwords must be entered into the Security table. See the Data Manager section for help in working with tables.

In the Pro Schedule program, there are three levels of security.


User security allows you to book resources when the Login To Book option has been set in the program.

Your Pro Schedule Administrator may have setup the application to default to allow only viewing and not booking. If this is the case and you require booking privileges, you must contact your Administrator to receive the User security level password.

If the Login To Book option has been set in the software, users must login as a user before booking resources.

If the Force login option has been set each user must login when the program starts.


The Superuser level allows the editing of appointments booked by others provided the Allow Superuser Edits security setting has been enabled. Contact your administrator if you require this feature.


As well as having Superuser privileges, Administrator security allows you to delete and edit any appointment whether you have booked it or not. Only Administrators can access the Pro Schedule configuration section and the Data Manager. The default Administrator password is magic.  To ensure you have a secure system change the passwords immediately.  Write down the new passwords and store them in a secure location such as the company safe.

Logging in to a Security Level

To log in as a User, Superuser or Administrator select File | Login from the main menu. A login box will pop up asking you to enter a login id or a password. You can enter User, Superuser, Administrator or your own login id assigned to you by your administrator.

Assigning Security Levels to Users

Security levels can be assigned to users by editing the Security table using the Data Manager. To make a user an Administrator simply enter an uppercase A in the level field for that user. To make a person a Superuser enter an S.