If using a login for a database through Designer, see here
When ArcFM starts, the user is prompted to log in to a database.
The ArcFM Login database is one that contains the ArcFM System Tables
which house the various snapping settings, stored displays, page templates,
and favorites. As its name implies, the Login database is the database
to which mobile users will log in.
On the enterprise,
the ArcFM Login database is typically the same SDE database that hosts
the enterprise geodatabase. However, on field machines the Login database
is a separate personal geodatabase. The mobile login database will
not contain any feature or object classes since it is never going
to be edited. The sole purpose of the mobile Login database is to
store feature favorites, graphic favorites, stored displays, and other
standard items managed by ArcFM.
In the steps below, you will
copy stored displays from your enterprise database into your Login
database. You may wish to create on the enterprise a stored display
that contains only the layers that the field user will require.
NOTE: The Login database is created on the Administrator machine
so that you can use the Data Source Wizard to connect the stored display
layers to the Backdrop geodatabase. Because the directory structure
on your Administrator machine is exactly the same as the directory
structure on your field machines, the stored display layers will remain
connected for field users.