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Viewing Users

 

The User Accounts inventory page displays all Junos Space Network Management Platform users who have accounts. To add new users, you must have administrator privileges. To add a new user, see Creating Users in Junos Space Network Management Platform. Users have Junos Space access based on predefined roles (see Predefined Roles Overview). For more information about how to manipulate inventory page data, see the Junos Space User Interface Overview topic in the Junos Space Network Management Platform User Interface Guide.

To view the inventory of users and their details, select Role Based Access Control > User Accounts.

The User Accounts page appears.

Users are displayed in a table sorted, by default, by username. Each user occupies a row in the User Accounts table. The table’s column headings are User Name, First Name, Last Name, Email, User Type, GUI/API Access, Status, Password Status, and Locked Out.

The status bar at the bottom of the page shows the range of objects that are displayed. For example, you might see Displaying 1-30 of 113. In addition, the Show items list enables you to select the number of items to display per page: 10, 20, 40, 60, 80, 100, 200.

The following sections describe how you can modify your view to see the user information of interest to you.

Sorting Columns

The columns in the User Accounts table (that is on the User Accounts inventory landing page) can be arranged in the ascending or descending order.

To sort the contents of a column:

  1. On the Junos Space Network Management Platform user interface, select Role Based Access Control > User Accounts.

    The User Accounts page appears, displaying the users in tabular format.

  2. Click the down arrow to the right of any column heading.

    A list with the following menu options appears:

    • Sort Ascending: Select to arrange the contents of the column in ascending order

    • Sort Descending: Select to arrange the contents of the column in descending order

    • Columns: Select to view the column list from which you can select columns to display

    • Filters: Select to enter the filter

  3. Select Sort Ascending or Sort Descending.

    The sequence of objects in the column changes to reflect your choice.

Displaying or Hiding Columns

The columns in the User Accounts table (that is on the User Accounts inventory landing page) can be displayed or hidden as required.

To display or hide a column:

  1. On the Junos Space Network Management Platform user interface, select Role Based Access Control > User Accounts.

    The User Accounts page appears, displaying the users in tabular format.

  2. Click the down arrow to the right of any column heading.
  3. Select Columns.

    A list with menu options corresponding to all the available column headings appears with a check box next to each heading. The check boxes for the headings that are displayed are selected; those that are hidden are not selected.

  4. Select or deselect the headings as desired.

    The table changes to reflect your choice.

Filtering Users

You can filter users based on the contents of the columns on the User Accounts page.

To filter users:

  1. On the Junos Space Network Management Platform user interface, select Role Based Access Control > User Accounts.

    The User Accounts page appears, displaying the users in tabular format.

  2. Click the down arrow to the right of any column heading.
  3. Select Filters.

    The filter field appears, with a Go button to the right of it.

  4. Enter or select the filter criteria and click Go.

    On applying the filters, the table contents shrink to display the values that match the filter applied. The criteria by which the display is filtered and the column heading appear just above the table.

    Note

    Filters applied across multiple columns have an additive effect; that is, each succeeding filter further restricts the display.

  5. To remove a filter, click the [X] icon to the right of the filter criteria shown just above the table. For more information about filtering based on the contents of columns, see the Inventory Landing Page Overview topic in the Junos Space Network Management Platform User Interface Guide.

Viewing User Details

You can view the details of users on the User Accounts inventory page.

To view detailed user information:

  1. On the Junos Space Network Management Platform user interface, select Role Based Access Control > User Accounts.

    The User Accounts page appears, displaying the users configured in Junos Space Platform in tabular format.

  2. Perform one of the following tasks:
    • Select a user and click the Display Quick View icon on the menu bar.

      The following information is displayed to the right of the selected user:

      • Login ID

      • First Name

      • Last Name

      • Email

      • User Type

      • Locked Out

      • Password Status

      For information about the fields, see Table 1.

      To hide the quick view, click the Hide Quick View icon on the menu bar.

    • Double-click a user row in the table.

      The User Detail Summary page appears, showing the information described in Table 1.

      Table 1: User Detail Summary Page

      Field NameDescription

      Login ID

      Login username. This could be an e-mail address, but it need not match the e-mail address that might be provided in the Email field for that username.

      First Name

      First name of the user

      Last Name

      Last name of the user

      Email

      (Optional) User’s e-mail account. The e-mail address provided here need not match the login ID, if the login ID is also an e-mail address.

      User Type

      Whether the user is created manually (Local) or automatically by Junos Space Network Management Platform through remote login (Remote)

      For more information about local and remote users, see the flowcharts in Configuring a RADIUS Server for Authentication and Authorization.

      Status

      Whether the user is Enabled or Disabled. Users are enabled by default. Disabling a user is not the same as deleting a user.

      A user whose account is disabled cannot log in to the Junos Space server.

      GUI Access

      Whether the user has GUI access

      API Access

      Whether the user has API access

      Use global settings

      Whether the global settings must be used to determine the maximum number of concurrent UI sessions permitted for the user

      Maximum concurrent UI sessions

      Maximum number of concurrent UI sessions permitted for the user

      If this field is set, then this value overrides the global settings.

      Locked Out Status

      Whether a user is locked out

      A locked-out user cannot log in to the Junos Space server. Such users must request the administrator to unlock their user accounts.

      Password Status

      Whether a user’s password is expired or active

      The term “Temporary” is displayed for temporary passwords.

      View Jobs

      Job-related permissions assigned to the user: View All Jobs or View User’s Own Job Only

      Certificate

      E-mail address, common name, organizational unit, organization, location, state, and country of the certificate user

      The View Certificate Detail link displays more details about the certificate.

      X.509 Certificate Parameters

      X.509 certificate parameter values of the user

      This field is displayed only if the parameters are defined and the certificate parameter–based or password-based mode is enabled.

      Assigned Roles

      Predefined user roles assigned to the user

      Assigned Domains

      Domains to which the user is assigned

      Users can access only those objects within the domain to which they are assigned. By default, all users are assigned to the global domain, if the users are not assigned to a specific domain.

      Role Summary

      Name of the applications to which the roles belongs, and list of permissions attached to the roles

    • To view the details of the certificate, click the View Certificate Detail link.

      The X.509 Certificate Detail dialog box is displayed. Table 2 displays the fields in the dialog box.

      Table 2: X.509 Certificate Detail Page

      Field

      Description

      Subject Name

      E-mail address, common name, organizational unit, organization, location, state, and country of the certificate user

      Issuer Name

      E-mail address, common name, organizational unit, organization, location, state, and country of the certificate issuer

      Signature Algorithm Name

      Algorithm used by the certificate authority or issuer to sign the certificate.

      Serial Number

      Serial number of the certificate

      Not Before

      Date at which the certificate became valid

      Not After

      Date at which the certificate will become invalid

    • Click Close to close the X.509 Certificate Detail dialog box.
  3. To close the User Detail Summary page, click OK at the bottom of this page or the [X] icon in the upper-right corner of this page.

Performing Actions on Users

You can perform the following actions from the Users Accounts page: