How to create a user within PassagePoint using PassagePoint's username/password Login

How to create a user within PassagePoint using PassagePoint's username/password Login


PassagePoint offers various ways to authenticate.

1) passagepoint Login
2) Single Sign on  via AD LDAP
3) windows Single Sign on using workstationusername

This "How To" will discuss item 1 above, passagepoint Login.

PassagePoint's Login security model is based on user roles

By default, there are 5 user roles. See screenshot below:

By clicking on the role and editing the role, it's possible to edit the permissions for that role.
It's also possible to create a new role and name it anything.

How to Create a user:

When adding the user, be sure assign that user a user role

In the example below, a user name "Test123" is created

When the Enterprise control center is enabled

Be sure to assign this new user to the appropriate location in the enterprise control center

As an example, the TestTestTest user i've just created above, that user belongs to the san jose location, so I've moved that user to the san jose location in the tree.

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