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Viewing the User Details in Security Director

You can view the details of users, which allows you to view information about a user at a quick glance on one page, from the Users page.

To view the details of a user:

  1. Select Administration > Users & Roles> Users.

    The Users page appears.

  2. Double-click the user for which you want to view the details. Alternatively, select a user and, from the More menu, click View User Details.

    The User Details page appears. Table 1 describes the fields on this page.

  3. Click Close.

    You are returned to the Users page.

Table 1: Users Details Page Fields




Username of the user.


Name of the user.


E-mail address of the user.

User Type

Indicates whether the user was created manually (local) or added automatically by Junos Space through remote login (remote).


Indicates whether the user is enabled or disabled. Users are enabled by default. A user whose account is disabled cannot log in to Junos Space.

Use Global Settings

Indicates 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

Indicates whether a user is locked out or not. Users who are locked out cannot log in to Junos Space and must request an administrator to unlock their user accounts.

Password Status

Indicates whether the user’s password is active, expired, or temporary.

View Jobs

Indicates whether the user can view only the jobs triggered by that user or all jobs.

Assigned Roles

Roles to which the user is assigned. For the selected role, the Role Summary field on the right side of the page displays the tasks associated with that role.

Assigned Domains

Domains to which the user is assigned. Users can access only those objects within the domain to which they are assigned.