The Process Analyst also uses an Administration privilege level to disable engineer-oriented features at run time. For example, the ability to add new custom commands and so on are disabled if the Operator does not meet the necessary privilege level. The Administration privilege level has never to be zero on a running system as this would expose properties to an Operator, which could adversely affect the performance of the client and/or server (for example, Number Of Samples property).
UNACCEPTABLY SLOW PROGRAM EXECUTION
Do not set the Administration Privilege level to zero on a running system.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.
The features that are disabled when an operator does not meet the Administration privilege level include:
To modify the Administration privilege level, see Configuring Chart-wide Properties.