Authorization

Authorization is connection of terminal to the server through a login and a password. It allows to manage a trading account. Two accesses to the account are possible in the terminal: a normal password and an investor password. Being authorized with the standard password, one gets full rights for working with the terminal. Investor authorization allows to see the account status, analyze prices, and work with expert advisors, but not to trade. Investor access is a convenient tool used for demonstration of trading at the account.

To be authorized, it is necessary to execute the “Login” command of the context menu of the account (context menu is called by clicking with the right mouse button at the account number) in the “Navigator” window or “File” menu. Then, the account number, one of its passwords (standard or investor) should be given in the appearing window, and a server should be chosen. After all data have been specified, the “Login” button should be pressed.

Attention: If the “Keep personal settings and data at startup”, option is enabled, the latest account used will be automatically authorized at the next start of the terminal. The “Keep personal settings and data at startup” option in terminal settings carries out the same action.

Authorization