There are two levels of access to the Tutor program: Administrator and Tutor. Access to both of these are controlled by start-up passwords. These can be set by selecting Tools, Settings, then cloosing the Passwords tab. (Of course, you have to have administrative level access to get to the tools menu!).
If you cannot see the Tools menu item, then you are probably logged on with only tutor rights. The image below shows you how the menu might look if you are logged on as a tutor. You will need to contact the person who has administrative level rights (probably the person who installed AB Tutor) if you need to have higher levels of access to the program.
The Administrator access level allows a network manager to control how the Tutor program connects to other workstations through its settings, group management and policy management tools. It also allows an administrator to restrict Tutor level access to pre-set groups and to limit the functions that are available to tutors connecting to those groups. The Administrator has access to some very powerful features (such as controlling windows policies) and should therefore be limited to users with sufficient technical and networking expertise.
All those functions marked with an asterisk can be disabled by an administrator, so might therefore not be available to everyone logged in as a tutor.