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User settings

A user can change settings for its user account, for example language, currency, and alerts:

  1. On the Administration menu, click Settings.

  2. Change the settings according to the following sections, and then click Save.

Change password

  • In the Settings view, click Change password on the tool bar.

The password must at least:

  • Be eight characters long

  • Contain one uppercase letter (A-Z)

  • Contain one lowercase letter (a-z)

  • Contain one number (0-9)

  • Contain one of the following symbols: ! @ # $ % ^ & ? =

Settings tab

The Settings tab shows user interface and reporting/export settings.

Table 6. Settings for the User interface.




Select the preferred language from the list.

Default size for lists

Select Default for adjustment to a 1024 wide screen resolution.

The Fullsize option is intended for users with higher resolution, where the lists are expanded to fit the entire screen, enabling the users to see more information.


Select the default currency in views and reports.

The selected currency will be displayed as default for all financial values throughout SLM Web UI. Available currencies are defined in Snow MACC.

Note that purchases can be registered in all available currencies, regardless of this setting.

Days to show updated remark on alerts

Select for how many days an alert will be indicated as updated in the alert lists.

Show start page as

Select the preferred start page; Snowboard or Alert list.

Auto select sub levels in organization selectors

Select this check box to automatically select sub-levels when selecting organization nodes in search and report criteria. This can be useful if you have several nodes with multiple sub-nodes and wish to filter content on a specific node including all of its sub-nodes.

If this option is disabled, you will have to check each organization node manually, including sub-nodes, if you want to include them.

In computer and user details, show only applications that require a license

When selected, only applications that require a license will be displayed in the detail view for computers, mobile devices, and users. All other applications are hidden but will be available in lists, reports, and searches depending on how you choose to filter them.

Expand alert groups automatically

Alerts of the same type are grouped. Details of the alert group are hidden by default, but can be expanded by clicking an icon. Select this box to automatically expand alert group details.

Table 7. Settings for Reporting and Exports.



Page orientation for PDF exports

Select page orientation for PDF exports from the list. If Default is selected, the export will use the pre-defined settings for each list.

Note that list content is adapted to fit the page. Therefore, page orientation will affect font size of the content.

Format handling for export to Excel from lists

The Excel 2003 format contains a 65 000 row limit. Select Use format for Excel 2007/2010 (no row limit) to avoid the limitation. Files exported in the Excel 2007/2010 format cannot be opened in earlier versions of Excel.

Native Microsoft Excel 2007 and 2010 formats (xlsx) are supported which radically decreases file size when exporting reports and lists.

Table 8. Settings for Imports.




Type the Organization separator (delimiter) used in the import files between levels in the organization structure. For example, type “/” if the organization information is in the format: “ROOT/IT/Support”.

Alerts tab

The Alerts tab shows all available alerts.

  • Click the checkboxes to select alerts to be displayed in the category overviews.

  • Click the Alert checkbox in the top left corner to select/deselect all alerts.