15.6. Administering User Tasks From the Administration Portal

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15.6.1. Adding Users and Assigning VM Portal Permissions

Users must be created already before they can be added and assigned roles and permissions. The roles and permissions assigned in this procedure give the user the permission to log in to the VM Portal and to start creating virtual machines. The procedure also applies to group accounts.

Adding Users and Assigning VM Portal Permissions

  1. On the header bar, click Administration Configure to open the Configure window.
  2. Click System Permissions.
  3. Click Add to open the Add System Permission to User window.
  4. Select a profile under Search. The profile is the domain you want to search. Enter a name or part of a name in the search text field, and click GO. Alternatively, click GO to view a list of all users and groups.
  5. Select the check boxes for the appropriate users or groups.
  6. Select an appropriate role to assign under Role to Assign. The UserRole role gives the user account the permission to log in to the VM Portal.
  7. Click OK.

Log in to the VM Portal to verify that the user account has the permissions to log in.

15.6.2. Viewing User Information

Viewing User Information

  1. Click Administration Users to display the list of authorized users.
  2. Click the user’s name to open the details view, usually with the General tab displaying general information, such as the domain name, email and status of the user.
  3. The other tabs allow you to view groups, permissions, quotas, and events for the user.

For example, to view the groups to which the user belongs, click the Directory Groups tab.

15.6.3. Viewing User Permissions on Resources

Users can be assigned permissions on specific resources or a hierarchy of resources. You can view the assigned users and their permissions on each resource.

Viewing User Permissions on Resources

  1. Find and click the resource’s name to open the details view.
  2. Click the Permissions tab to list the assigned users, the user’s role, and the inherited permissions for the selected resource.

15.6.4. Removing Users

When a user account is no longer required, remove it from Red Hat Virtualization.

Removing Users

  1. Click Administration Users to display the list of authorized users.
  2. Select the user to be removed. Ensure the user is not running any virtual machines.
  3. Click Remove, then click OK.

The user is removed from Red Hat Virtualization, but not from the external directory.

15.6.5. Viewing Logged-In Users

You can view the users who are currently logged in, along with session times and other details. Click Administration Active User Sessions to view the Session DB ID, User Name, Authorization provider, User id, Source IP, Session Start Time, and Session Last Active Time for each logged-in user.

15.6.6. Terminating a User Session

You can terminate the session of a user who is currently logged in.

Terminating a User Session

  1. Click Administration Active User Sessions.
  2. Select the user session to be terminated.
  3. Click Terminate Session.
  4. Click OK.
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