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How to add or remove a module

Each module allows you to customize a feature or add a particular type of security to your application.

Adding a module

To add a module

  1. Go to ADD MODULES.
  2. In the module list, locate the modules you want to add.
  3. Click to enable them.
  4. Click OK.

The modules you have added appear in the left navigation bar, and they are automatically enabled.

Removing a module

When you remove a module, the settings associated with it are reset to the initial configuration, and the data is deleted and cannot be recovered.

You can always add the module again to customize the settings.

To remove a module

  1. Go to ADD MODULES.
  2. In the module list, locate the modules you want to remove.
  3. Click to disable them.
  4. Click OK.

The modules you have removed will disappear from the left navigation bar.

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When you click to disable a module, the enabled fields remain ON status to help you track the previous configurations.

How to add or remove a module

Each module allows you to customize a feature or add a particular type of security to your application.

Adding a module

To add a module

  1. Go to ADD MODULES.
  2. In the module list, locate the modules you want to add.
  3. Click to enable them.
  4. Click OK.

The modules you have added appear in the left navigation bar, and they are automatically enabled.

Removing a module

When you remove a module, the settings associated with it are reset to the initial configuration, and the data is deleted and cannot be recovered.

You can always add the module again to customize the settings.

To remove a module

  1. Go to ADD MODULES.
  2. In the module list, locate the modules you want to remove.
  3. Click to disable them.
  4. Click OK.

The modules you have removed will disappear from the left navigation bar.

note icon

When you click to disable a module, the enabled fields remain ON status to help you track the previous configurations.