Configuring User Accounts


Configuring User Accounts
Racktables nicely displays an audit history for different bits of the system: racks, objects, hardware etc, so you can clearly see who has made a change to the state of an item. For this to work within an organisation effectively you really need user accounts for each user who will be making changes. You may even want a single user account simply for read only access. This is where “user accounts” come in.

Creating a User Account
From the main page, select the configuration menu option. Select Local Users from the menu list and then select the edit tab.
Enter a Username, Real Name and Password. Click the page icon to save.
Return to the configuration menu and select Permissions.

Deleting a User Account
To delete a user account from he main page, select the configuration menu option.

Select Permissions
Click the edit tab and add remove the line saying where the username or userID is referenced. Click Verify and Then Save.
The User will no longer have permissions to the system.

Changing a User Account
To change a user account select Local Users from the menu list and then select the edit tab.
Here you will see the existing user accounts on the lower part of the screen.
To change the Username, Real Name or Password, enter the information that you want to change and click the page with arrow symbol beside that line to save.

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