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Modifying a User

  • Updated: 5/12/2020
    • 11.3.x
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Modifying a User

This command enables you to modify or rename users in the Active Directory.

Follow these steps to insert the Active Directory - Modify User command.

Procedure

  1. Double-click or drag the Active Directory - Modify User command to the Task Actions List pane.
    The Active Directory main window is displayed.
  2. Select one of the options in the Select User Action drop-down menu.
    • Rename User: Use the check boxes in the Enter Modify User Details to rename the user logon name or the user account name.
    • Enable User Account: Enables a user account.
    • Disable User Account: Disables a user account. Select the User Name or Logon Name to disable either one, in the Enter Modify User Details section.
    • Delete User: Deletes the user from the Active Directory. Select the User Name or Logon Name to delete either one, in the Enter Modify User Details section.
    • Update User Details: Use this option to update the user's details.
    • Update Account Options: Use this option to set account attributes for the user. Select from four attributes:
      • User must change password at next login
      • Is Active
      • User cannot change password
      • Password never expires
    • Change Password: Use this option to change a user's password.
    • Set Property: Use this option to assign a value to a user property , view the current details and update them.
  3. Enter the User Name.
    Tip: If unsure of the User Name to be modified, click Browse in 'Enter LDAP Path' section. You will be guided to the Active Directory Object Browser; select a user from the list to perform any of the above User Actions.
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