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Confi guration
5.6.1. Viewing User Accounts
The "View User Directory" option allows you to view details about each
account, including the ports the account is allowed to access and whether or
not the account is allowed to invoke Supervisor commands. The View User
option will not display actual passwords, and instead, the password field
will read either "defined" or "undefined." Note that the View User Accounts
function is only available to users who have accessed command mode using a
password that permits Supervisor Level commands. To view account details,
proceed as follows:
Text Interface: From the User Directory menu, type 1 and press
[Enter]. The RSM will display a screen which lists all defined user
accounts. Key in the name of the desired account and then press [Enter].
Web Browser Interface: From the User menu, click the "View/Edit
User" link. The RSM will display a menu that allows you to select the
desired user and directory function. Select the "View User" button, and
then click on the down arrow, scroll to the desired username, select the
username, and then click "Choose User."
5.6.2. Adding User Accounts
The "Add Username" option allows you to create new accounts and assign
usernames, passwords, command level, port access rights, and Callback
Numbers to each account. Note that the Add User function is only available
to users who have accessed command mode using a password that permits
Supervisor Level commands. To create new user accounts, proceed as follows:
Text Interface: From the User Directory menu, type 2 and press
[Enter]. The Add Username menu (Figure 5.5) will be displayed.
Web Browser Interface: From the Edit User menu, click the "Add User"
link. The RSM will display the Add User menu (Figure 5.6.)
The Add Username Menu can be used to define the following parameters for
each new account:
Username: Up to sixteen characters long, and cannot include non-
printable characters. Duplicate usernames are not allowed.
(Default = undefined.)
Password: Five to sixteen characters long, and cannot include non-
printable characters. Note that passwords are case sensitive.
(Default = undefined.)
Supervisor Access: Determines whether the account is allowed to invoke
Supervisor commands. (Default = Off.)
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