In this article, we’ll show you how to use the new Admin tools to run network-level administration of your network.
You can use this article as a jumping off point for other articles you might find useful.
Note If you don’t have a network administrator account, you’ll need to sign in with one.
To get started, sign in to your admin account with your Google account.
To do so, go to your Admin dashboard, then select Network Admin.
Next, scroll down to the “Administration” section and click on the “Network Admin” button.
If you’re using an administrator account on the same machine, you can also use that account as an admin account.
From here, you should be able to add admin account to your network account.
If it doesn’t appear in the list, you may need to add your admin accounts credentials to the network account you want to run.
The next step is to create the network administrator role.
To create an admin role, click the “New” button in the top-right corner of the screen.
You’ll need a username and password.
From the pop-up menu, select “Create New” to create a new account.
You may need additional permissions for this account.
At the bottom of the page, you will need to provide the required credentials.
After you’ve completed the registration process, click “Save” to save your new account as a new network administrator.
When you sign in, you now have the option to add a new admin account as the first account on your network, and to delete an existing admin account from the network.
This new admin is now automatically added to your networks.
When a new administrator is added, they will also automatically become the administrator for the other accounts on your networks, so the new administrator has access to the admin network.
Next up, you need to create an existing administrator account.
This is a new member of your networks admin group.
You need to select an admin username and a password.
In the pop up menu, you must choose “New Admin” to start creating an account.
In this screen, you won’t be prompted to create new credentials for the new account, but you’ll be able use your existing credentials to log into the network from the new Administrator account.
Once you’ve created an account, it will be added to the administrator network.
Note You can also create an administrator group for another account to have access to your administrator account and to add network administrators to other networks.
You do this by adding an administrator role to the existing network administrator and clicking “New”.
This is similar to how you add an account to an existing network, except that you don�t need to use a password to log in.
In addition, you don���t need an account on that network.
When the new accounts creation is complete, click on “Done”.
You should now be able access your network from any of the other networks accounts.
Note To add a network to a network account, click in the lower right corner of your Admin Dashboard.
Select the network you want the network admin account on.
Next to the new network, you want, click, “Add”.
From here you should see a new screen, where you can add a “New Network” to the account.
Now, if you want access to this account, right-click the account, select Add New, and click “Create”.
You will be prompted for a password for the account that you want added.
After the account has been added, you are prompted to add an administrator.
If the administrator account has not been added to an admin network yet, you have to sign-in with a Google account to do so.
To add an admin to your existing admin network, click Add.
After adding the admin, you�ll be prompted by a popup to add the network to the newly created network administrator group.
After logging in to the management network, select the admin account that was added.
To remove an admin, click Remove.
This will remove the account from your network administrator network, but it doesn�t delete the account on which the admin is running.
To delete an admin from your admin network account on another network, go back to the Admin Dashboards page, and select the Admin account that has been removed from your Admin account group.
Now that you have the network accounts admin account, create a subnet on your other network.
To access this subnet, go in to Network Admin, click your new admin, and then select “Subnet”.
You�ll see a list of subnets, and you can change the name of each subnet.
Next step is for you to set up a network name.
From this screen you will be able choose the name that will be used by your network for the next time it connects to your other networks network.
If your network name is different, then you can either choose another name from the list or you