To edit a user's security permissions in a study:

1. Open the Edit Study window for the study in question. See Editing a Study for instructions on how to do this.

2. Select the Study Users tab on the window.

If the Study Users tab is grayed out and cannot be selected, you do not have the appropriate security permissions to work with patient enrollment in the current study. You must have been assigned a Cancer Group Administrator security roll with respect to the current cancer group in order to access the Study Users tab.

3. Double-click on the user whose security permissions you want to edit in the grid on the Study Users tab. The Add Study User window will open displaying the selected user's current permissions relative to the study. Show me the Add Study User window.

4. Make any necessary changes to the user's permissions on the Add Study User window by selecting the appropriate radio buttons displayed under the User Access Level area on the window. For a description of each of these security roles and the permissions granted by them, see Study-Related Security Roles.

5. Click the Save button to save your changes. The window will close and the changes will be saved. The changes to the user's access will be effective the next time that user logs into CCR. (If the user is currently logged into CCR, they will need to log out and log in again before they will see the results of this change.)

To close the window without saving any changes to the user's security permissions, click the Cancel button.

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