No. When the user request is granted, their session for that action is elevated from a standard user to an admin user. This has the advantage of not having to store or maintain a database of user credentials making security tighter, faster, and easier to manage.
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- How does AutoElevate work?
- Is AutoElevate hard to deploy?
- Do I have to have my own on-premise server?
- Who receives the notifications from end users?
- What happens if my technicians don’t respond to a client request before the timer is up?
- Does AutoElevate enter in my admin password for end users?
- Am I charged for extra technicians?
- Is AutoElevate available for macOS?
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