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Appliance Users

Administration > General Settings > Users & Authentication > Appliance Users

This tab provides data about the user accounts on each appliance.

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The EdgeConnect appliance’s built-in user database supports user names, groups, and passwords.

  • Each appliance has two default user accounts, admin and monitor, that cannot be deleted.

  • Each user name belongs to one of two user groups: admin or monitor.

    • The monitor group supports reading and monitoring of all data, in addition to performing all actions. This is equivalent to the Command Line Interface’s (CLI) enable mode privileges.

    • The admin group supports full privileges, along with permission to add, modify, and delete. This is equivalent to the CLI’s configuration mode privileges.

  • Named user accounts can be added by using the Appliance Manager or the Command Line Interface (CLI).

  • User names are case-sensitive.

  • The table lists all users known to the appliances, whether or not their accounts are enabled.

Appliance Users Dialog Box

This dialog box provides data about the user accounts on an appliance.

The EdgeConnect appliance’s built-in user database supports user names, groups, and passwords.

  • Each appliance has two default user accounts, admin and monitor, that cannot be deleted.

  • Each user name belongs to one of two user groups: admin or monitor.

    • The monitor group supports reading and monitoring of all data, in addition to performing all actions. This is equivalent to the Command Line Interface’s (CLI) enable mode privileges.

    • The admin group supports full privileges, along with permission to add, modify, and delete. This is equivalent to the CLI’s configuration mode privileges.

  • Named user accounts can be added by using the Appliance Manager or the Command Line Interface (CLI).

  • User names are case-sensitive.

  • The table lists all users known to the appliances, whether or not their accounts are enabled.


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