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3 Basic User Security Steps

By implementing the following user configuration tasks, you will help to secure your |RCE| instances.

Define the Instance Wide Default User

The default user settings are applied across the whole instance. You should define the default user so that newly created users immediately have permission settings attached to their profile. For more information about defining the default user settings, see the :ref:`default-perms` section.

Configure Specific User Groups

By defining user groups, it allows you to put users into them and have the group permissions applied to their profile. For more information about defining the default user settings, see the :ref:`user-admin-set` section.

Define the Default User in Each Group

Apart from the system wide user permissions, each user group can apply its settings to the default user permissions within the scope of the group. To set the default user's permissions inside a user group, see the :ref:`permissions-info-repo-group-access` section.