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Chapter 4. Managing users on dashboard

As a storage administrator, you can create, edit, and delete users on the dashboard.

4.1. Creating users on dashboard

The dashboard allows you to create users on the dashboard.

Prerequisites

  • A running Red Hat Ceph Storage cluster.
  • Dashboard is installed.
  • Admin level of access to the Dashboard.
Note

The Red Hat Ceph Storage Dashboard does not support any email verification when changing a users password. This behavior is intentional, because the Dashboard supports Single Sign-On (SSO) and this feature can be delegated to the SSO provider.

Procedure

  1. Log in to the Dashboard.
  2. On the upper right side of the Dashboard, click the gear icon and select User management:

    Click User management
  3. On Users tab, click the Create button:

    Create user
  4. In the CreateUser window, set the Username and other parameters including the roles, and then click the _CreateUser_button:

    Create user window
  5. A notification towards the top right corner of the page indicates the user was created successfully.

    User create notification

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4.2. Editing users on dashboard

The dashboard allows you to edit users on the dashboard.

Prerequisites

  • A running Red Hat Ceph Storage cluster.
  • Dashboard is installed.
  • Admin level of access to the Dashboard.
  • User created on the dashboard.

Procedure

  1. Log in to the Dashboard.
  2. On the upper right side of the Dashboard, click the gear icon and select User management:

    Click User management
  3. To edit the user, click the row:

    Click user row
  4. On Users tab, select Edit from the Edit dropdown menu:

    Edit user
  5. In the EditUser window, edit parameters including, and then click the EditUser button:

    Edit user window
  6. A notification towards the top right corner of the page indicates the user was updated successfully.

    User edit notification

Additional Resources

4.3. Deleting users on dashboard

The dashboard allows you to delete users on the dashboard.

Prerequisites

  • A running Red Hat Ceph Storage cluster.
  • Dashboard is installed.
  • Admin level of access to the Dashboard.
  • User created on the dashboard.

Procedure

  1. Log in to the Dashboard.
  2. On the upper right side of the Dashboard, click the gear icon and select User management:

    Click User management
  3. To delete the user, click the row:

    Click user row
  4. On Users tab, select Delete from the Edit dropdown menu:

    Delete user
  5. In the Delete User dialog window, Click the Yes, I am sure box and then Click Delete user to save the settings:

    Delete user window

Additional Resources