Secure Mobile Access 100 10.2 Administration Guide

Editing User Settings

To edit a user’s attributes, navigate to the Users > Local Users window and click the Configure icon next to the user whose settings you want to configure. The Edit User Settings window displays.

The Edit Local User page has several pages as described in the following table:

Edit Local User Pages
TabDescription
GeneralEnables you to create a password and an inactivity timeout and specify Single Sign-On settings for automatic log in to bookmarks for this user.
GroupsEnables you to add a group membership, configure a primary group, and control whether groups are automatically assigned at login.
PortalEnables you to enable, disable, or use group settings on this portal for NetExtender, File Shares, Virtual Assist, and Bookmark settings.
ClientsEnables you to specify a NetExtender client address range, including for IPv6, Always on VPN, as well as Mobile Connect Default Policy Settings, and to configure client settings.
RoutesEnables you to specify Tunnel All mode and NetExtender client routes.
PoliciesEnables you to create access policies that control access to resources from user sessions on the appliance.
BookmarksEnables you to create user-level bookmarks for quick access to services.
Login PoliciesEnables you to create user login policies, including policies for specific source IP addresses and policies for specific client browsers. You can disable the user’s login, require One Time Passwords, edit One Time Password settings, and specify client certificate enforcement.
EPCEnables you to configure End Point Control profiles used by local groups.
CaptureEnables you to configure General Settings, File Settings, and Custom Blocking Behavior.

If the user authenticates to an external authentication server, then the User Type and Password fields are not shown. The password field is not configurable because the authentication server validates the password. The user type is not configurable because the SMA appliance only allows users that authenticate to the internal user database to have administrative privileges. Also, the user type External is used to identify the local user instances that are auto created to correspond to externally authenticating users.

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