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Delete an administrator account with root privileges

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Updated: June 16, 2017

If you want to delete an account with Root Privileges, you must first change the account to another User Type. By design SRM Profiler does not allow users to delete accounts with Root Administrator access. To change and then delete an account that currently has Root Administrator privileges do the following:

  1. Click Settings, and then select Manage Users.
  2. Click the Manage Icon for the account you want to delete
  3. The Profile page for the account is displayed. Click Edit.
  4. For User Type, select the pull down and then choose a user type that is different from Root Administrator. Click Save.

When you go back to the Manage Users page, you will now see an option to delete the account.

 
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