Media Flow Manager Web-Based Interface : System Config : System Config > Users

System Config > Users
View, remove, enable, disable, and add new users; plus change existing user passwords. See username for CLI details.
Active Users
View configured users:
Username—Used for logins.
Full Name—For the user, as configured.
Host—What system this user is configured on.
Idle (seconds)—Time since the last command execution of this user.
User Accounts
For each configured user account, view information or take action. See Figure 24 for graphic.
User—Used for logins.
Full Name—For the user, as configured.
Capability—The privilege level assigned this user. Capabilities are described below.
Enabled—Whether or not this user account is enabled. User accounts are enabled by default. Disabling an account makes it inactive (logins are disallowed) but does not delete it from the system.
Figure 24 System Config > Users Page Detail (User Accounts)
Select a user account and Remove, Enable, and/or Disable it. Click Save at the top of the page to make changes persistent across reboots.
Add New User
On the System Config > User page, add a new user to Media Flow Manager. See Figure 25.
User—Login name.
Full YPName—Displays in User Accounts list.
Capability— There are three pre-defined capabilities:
admin—Full privileges (default); in Enable mode all EXEC commands are available.
monitor—Privileges for reading all data and performing all actions, but not for changing any configuration.
unpriv—Unprivileged.
Click Add User to complete operation. Click Save at the top of the page to make changes persistent across reboots.
Figure 25 System Config > Users Page Detail (Add New User)
Change Password
For each user, admin, cmcclient, cmcrendv, and monitor are default users, set or change the password. May be left empty if no password is required.
Click Save at the top of the page to make changes persistent across reboots.

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