AT&T Fleet Management for Enterprise/Government

AT&T Fleet Management for Enterprise (AFMFE) delivers real results with GPS tracking information to enable fleets to be more efficient, profitable and customer focused. Vehicle tracking, optional vehicle engine and performance data, and extensive reporting assist in optimizing business operations.

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Create a new user in AT&T Fleet Management for Enterprise/Government

The following topics are covered in this tutorial:

Entering user information

  1. From the main menu, click on Administration in the column on the left.

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  2. Click on Users.

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  3. Click on the Add button at the top of the page.

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  4. Click in the field to the right of “User (Email):”, and enter the user email address.
  5. Click in the field to the right of “First Name:”, and enter the user’s first name.
  6. Click in the field to the right of “Last Name:”, and enter the user’s last name.

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  7. Click on the drop-down to the right of “Authentication type:”, and select the desired authentication level.

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  8. Click on either the “Yes” or “No” button to the right of “Force password change on next login:” to require your new user to set up a new password on their initial login.

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  9. Click on the drop-down to the right of “Security clearance:”, and select the desired user type.

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  10. To select the information that this user will be able to access, click on the drop-down to the right of “Data access, and select from the drop-down list.

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  11. Click in the field to the right of “Designation:”, and enter the desired user designation.
  12. Click in the field to the right of “Employee number:”, and enter your employee’s ID.
  13. Click in the field to the right of “Comments:”, and enter any desired comments about the user.

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Configure the user as a driver

  1. Click on the Driver tab, above the user’s information.

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  2. Click on the “Yes” button to the right of “This user is a driver:”.

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  3. Click on the “Yes” or “No” button to the right of “Prevent driver access to shared data:” to set the desired access.
  4. Click in the field to the right of “NFC Key Serial No:” to enter your users NFC Key number.
  5. Click in the field to the right of “USB Key Serial No:” to enter the users USB Key number.
    Note: If you enter a USB Key, you can allow the user to submit trip data via the USB key by clicking the “On” button to the right of “Enable trip data transfer for USB Key”.

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  6. Click in the field to the right of “Custom NFC Key Serial No:” to enter a custom NFC Key.
  7. Click on either “Yes” or “No” to provide the new driver the default data access.
  8. Click in the field to the right of “Driver license number:”, and enter your users Driver’s License Number.

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  9. Click in the field to the right of “License state/province:”, and enter the state that issued your driver their license.

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Configure the user interface settings

  1. Click on the UI Settings tab.

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  2. Click on either “Metric”, or “US/Imperial” button to the right of “Distance measurement system:” to set the desired measurement convention.
  3. Click on the desired fuel measurement to the right of “Fuel economy measurement:”.

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  4. Click on the drop-down to the right of “Date will have the format:”, and set the desired date format.

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  5. Click on the drop-down to the right of “Time will have the format:”, and select how you would like the time to be displayed.

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  6. Click the drop-down to the right of “Time Zone:”, and select the desired time zone.

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  7. Click on either “Sunday”, “Monday”, or “Saturday” button to the right of “Week starts on:”.
  8. Click on the drop-down to the right of “Language:”, and select your desired language.

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  9. Click on the drop-down to the right of “Default page at start-up:”, and select the page you would like to display when you first log into the site.

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  10. Click on the “On” or “Off” button to the right of “News Notifications:”, to set the desired notifications option.
  11. Click on the “On” or “Off” button to the right of “Feature preview:”, to set the desired preview option.

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Configure the map settings

  1. Click on the Map Settings tab.

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  2. Click on the drop-down to the right of “Default map type:”, and select the default map type.

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  3. Click on the drop-down to the right of “Default map view:”, and select the default view.

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  4. Click on the drop-down to the right of “Default zone display:”, and select the desired zone.

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Configure the hours of service settings

Note: The HOS Settings tab may not be visible for certain user types.

  1. Click on the HOS Settings tab.

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  2. Click on the drop-down to the right of “Ruleset:”.

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  3. Select the desired rule set.

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    Note: The information requested will change depending on the ruleset chosen.

  4. Click the field to the right of “Home terminal:”, and enter your desired location.
  5. Click in the field to the right of “Home terminal address:”, and enter the home terminal’s address.
  6. Click in the field to the right of “Carrier number:”, and enter your carrier number.

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  7. Click on the “On” or “Off” button to the right of “Yard move allowed:”.
  8. Click on the “On” or “Off” button to the right of “Personal conveyance allowed:”.

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  9. Click in the field to the right of “Authority name:”, and enter the desired name.
  10. Click in the field to the right of “Authority address:”, and enter the authority’s address.

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  11. Click the Save button near the top of the screen.

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