Creating and Managing Users

This article instructs how to manage ordinary users: internal users within an OU, external users imported from another OU, and LDAP users.

Creating and Authorizing an Internal User

You can use the following steps create an internal user that natively belongs to an OU.

Step 1: Creating an Internal User

  1. In the EnOS Management Console, click IAM > User from the left navigation panel.
  2. In the Internal User tab, Click New User.
  3. In the Basic Information section, provide the basic information of the new user and click Next.
    • Send By: You can choose to send the password to the owner of the user account via phone or email. You also can sent the password in other secure offline approaches.

Step 2: Grant Permission

You can assign permission for a user in the following approaches:

  • Granting policies
  • Assigning user to the user groups. In this approach, the user will inherit all permissions that are assigned to the user groups.

To grant policies:

  1. In the Policies tab, click Grant Permissions.
  2. In the pop-up window, select policies to assign to this user and click Save.
  3. Click Save to create the user.

To add a user to groups:

  1. In the Add User to Group tab, click Add to User Group.
  2. In the pop-up window, select User group to be assigned to this user and click Save.
  3. Click Save to create the user.

Adding and Authorizing an External User

You can add and authorize a user from another OU in the following approaches

Step 1: Adding an External User

Adding an user from another OU

  1. In the EnOS Management Console, click IAM > User from the left navigation panel.
  2. In the External User tab, Click Import User.
  3. In the pop-up window, enter the full username of the external user. If the name is correct, the detailed information of the user will display in the dialog. Then click Confirm.
  4. Click Next.

Adding an LDAP User

To add an LDAP user, you need to first configure the connection to an LDAP server. For more information, see Getting Started with LDAP Federation.

Step 2: Grant Permission

Granting permission for a LDAP user is the same as for an internal user.

Deleting an Internal User

When you delete an internal user, this user account is completely removed from the EnOS Cloud.

  1. In the EnOS Management Console, click IAM > User from the left navigation panel.
  2. In Internal User tab, click img1 of the user to be deleted.
  3. In the pop-up window, click Confirm to delete this user account complete.

Removing an External User

When you remove an external user, this user is removed only from the current organization, the user still exists in its root organization and other organizations that the user is imported into.

  1. In the EnOS Management Console, click IAM > User from the left navigation panel.
  2. In the External User tab, click img1 of the user to be deleted.
  3. In the pop-up window, click Confirm to remove this user.

Resetting Password

  1. In the EnOS Management Console, click IAM > User from the left navigation panel.
  2. In the Internal User tab, click img2 after the user to reset password for.
  3. In the Edit User Information page, click Reset next to the password. System will generate a new password which shows next to the Reset.
  4. Store this password in safety and click Save.