This tutorial will walk you through the process of modifying an existing user’s permissions in the Constellix Management Portal. User permissions can be updated or changed at any time.
- At least one user has already been added to your account
How to Edit Existing Users in the Constellix Management Portal
1: Navigate to Manage Users
Once logged into the Constellix User Management portal, choose the option for Manage Users from the left-hand sidebar or from the Quick Links menu from the Dashboard page.
2. Edit User Permissions
You should now be on the Manage Users page. To edit a user’s permissions, click the blue pencil icon beside the appropriate user name, and then check or uncheck the option(s) you want to change.
Note: When editing a user’s permissions, the pencil icon will change to a save icon, as shown in the example below.
Active: Denotes if a user is active or inactive. Inactive users will be grayed out.
DNS: This option gives users access to all the DNS configurations for your domain. For domain-level permissions, visit our Setting Up Domain Level Permissions guide.
Sonar: Selecting Sonar will provide users with access to the Sonar performance monitoring platform, where they can create, edit, or delete health checks for your domain.
RTA: Checking RTA gives users access to the Real-time Time Analytics, including enabling/disabling the feature and viewing data collected.
Billing: This will give users permission to your domain’s billing features.
2FA: If 2FA has been enabled for your domain, this will show if a person is using it.
SAML: If single sign-on has been enabled for your domain, this option lets you know which accounts are using it.
Note: Visit our Edit User tutorial for help with editing names, emails, phone numbers, etc.
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