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There are two levels of administrators - the "super" administrator and the "system" administrators. The super administrator can set up system administrators. This is useful when you work in a team with other people, and they each are able to perform system administration with their own login and own password. For example if a administrator leaves, then the super administrator can just delete the account and all is good.

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so I imagine you by "super administrator" you mean "Administrator Login" (so the parameters at the top of the screen, to understand), but the administrator with "hand" powers is the "System Administrators" (so the parameters at the bottom of the screen, to understand), or vice versa?
In any case, it is essential to have set the "Administrator Login" instead of the "System Administrators" only in case you need to set them.
I'm slow but then I understand eh  😂



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