Allow Public Site Registrations
Here you can adjust if you want to allow pubic site registrations. If this option is turned on, at the top of your submenu a 'Register / Login' link will appear allowing visitors to register and log into your site. If this is turned off, then these links will not display and the only process to enter profiles into your database is manually as a system user (which is detailed below).
Allow Public Access Requests
You can also allow public access requests which will allow visitors to send in requests for gaining access rights to a page. Enter the email address(es) that you would like to be notified if this occurs. When someone attempts to access a password protected page on your site and they do not have sufficient privileges, they can go through this process. The recipient of the email will receive data that a certain profile is wanting to access a certain page on your site. The process after this is completely manual in that you must manually find and access the page and profile in question, grant access, and then let them know that they've been given access.
Profile Change Notifications
You have an option for getting notified when a person has created a new profile or changed their existing profile information. You will select which system user should be notified from the dropdown once enabled. To add more users to this dropdown for selection, you'll want to create a new 'user profile' in your admin's 'Settings' area.