Help on Access > Membership & Roles > Users

The following information and controls appear on Access > Membership & Roles > Users.

Current Access Zone
Specifies the access zone that contains the user accounts you want to view or manage.
Displays a list of all authentication providers in the selected access zone and enables you to select a provider.
Select an AD domain
Available only if you select an Active Directory provider. Displays a list of all AD domains applicable to the selected AD provider.
Select an action
Lists the following bulk actions that can be applied to each user account whose check box has been selected in table:
Deletes the account from the system.
Enable Selection
Changes the account status to Enabled.
Disable Selection
Changes the account status to Disabled.
Displays a window that enables to you view or edit the current attributes of the selected user account.
Lists the actions that can be applied to the specific user account.
Create a user
Opens a dialog box that enables you to create a user account. From OneFS, you can create user accounts only for the local authentication provider.

User Account Attributes

Specifies the name used to log in to the system.
Specifies the password used to log in to the system.
Specifies a UNIX user identifier to be associated with the user account. If this setting is left blank, the system automatically allocates a UID for the account. You cannot assign a UID that is in use by another user account.
Full Name
Specifies a full name for the user account; typically a first and last name.
Email Address
Specifies an email address for the user account.
Primary Group
Designates the primary group the user account belongs to.
Select group
Opens a dialog box that enables you to search for and select a primary group.
Group Name
Specifies the group name you want to search for.
Specifies the authentication provider associated with the group you want to search for.
Additional Groups
Displays groups that the user account belongs to in addition to the primary group. Also enables you to add and remove groups.
Home Directory
Specifies a path to the user's home directory. If a path is not specified, the home directory is automatically created at /ifs/home/ <username>.
UNIX Shell
Specifies a UNIX shell for the user account. This setting applies only to users who access the file system through SSH. The default shell is /bin/zsh.
Account Expiration Date
Specifies an expiration date for the user account. You can click the calendar icon to select the expiration date or type the expiration date in the field using the format <mm>/<dd>/<yyyy>.
Enable the account
Specifies whether to enable the user to authenticate against the local database for SSH, FTP, HTTP, and Windows file sharing through SMB. This setting is not applicable to UNIX file sharing through NFS.
Displays the components of the base distinguished name. This might include the following components:
  • CN: Common name of the user and group
  • DC: Domain component
  • OU: Organizational unit
Displays the name of the domain the user belongs to. If the user is local, the domain is the cluster name.
SAM Account Name
Displays the login name.
Displays the user principal name.