The overall admin is performed on the NVivo Collaboration Server. However, users with project owner status (set on the NVivo Collaboration Server) can create projects and control team members' access to their project. You can have multiple owners of a project to create redundancy, e.g., always have an admin staff as an owner on all projects.
NVivo Collaboration Server-side
Access to the NVivo Collaboration Server Manager
In your Internet browser, enter the web address Http://<servername>/nvivoforteams
In the NVivo Collaboration Server Manager, the administrator assigns users to user groups—these groups control what the group members can do. All user groups can connect to NVivo Collaboration Server, but only members of specific user groups can create new projects.
Monitor errors, warnings, etc.
Use the Windows Event Viewer to monitor the errors, warnings, or information generated by NVivo for Teams.
You will need to set up access to the collaboration server on the client.
Read more: https://techcenter.qsrinternational.com/desktop/ns20/provide_assistance_to_nvivo_users.htm
Create a new server project - the creator becomes the project owner
Projects are created on the client-side. To create an NVivo Collaboration Server project you need appropriate user permissions. Project Owners control access to their projects but have no access to the NVivo Collaboration Server Manager.
Read more: https://help-nv.qsrinternational.com/20/win/Content/projects-teamwork/create-a-new-project.htm?Highlight=new%20server%20project
The project owner can add team members.
There are three levels of access to team projects, set by the project owner:
- Project Owners