Start the setup process, sets up new Users, authorisation limits and access levels.
Required again if a User needs to reset a password or to create or amend Users and User Groups.
Contacts the Helpdesk to reset Administrator passwords.
Cannot view accounts or make payments.
Preparation Essentials Before Your First Logon as an Administrator
You’ll need approximately 30 minutes to complete the setup process.
You’ll need to decide how many Users and User Groups you want to set up on Business On Line. We recommend an individual User for each person who will be accessing Business On Line.
Consider which privileges will be given to each User Group, for example some may make payments and some view only. You’ll also need to decide which accounts these privileges apply to.
Decide on the Authorisation Limits for your company and the payment authorisation levels for the different Users. For instance, you might choose one User with authorisation for payments under €100 and two Users with authorisation for payments over €100.
Now you’re ready to logon as Administrator.
Your First Logon as an Administrator
Download the Bank of Ireland KeyCode app on your chosen smart handheld device. This app will be required for logging on and authorising payments. All users on the profile will need this app too. Find out more about KeyCode
When you logon for the very first time, you will need to logon as Administrator. The “Training Wizard” will take you through the initial setup process, including creating users and user groups, assigning payment panels and registering EFT/ BACS files. The wizard is available to use at any stage by clicking on the link in the Quick Actions section of the Administrator Dashboard.
Once you have set up, you will then need to exit and logon as User, using your KeyCode app.
Remember that you will not be able to view accounts or make payments until you have logged on and set up as a User.
Remember to allocate the required number of users for your company. Bank of Ireland recommends that you never share User IDs and Logon passwords/KeyCode PIN. Each User in your company should have their own username and logon details.