Active Roles offers a convenient, easy-to-use, customizable Web Interface that enables authorized users to perform day-to-day administrative tasks, including user management tasks such as modifying personal data or adding users to groups. Via the Web Interface, an intranet user can connect to Active Roles using a Web browser. A user sees only the commands, directory objects, and object properties to which the user’s role provides administrative access.
By default, the Web Interface includes three different sites—the site for Administrators, the site for Help Desk, and the site for self-administration. The site for Administrators supports a rich variety of administrative tasks, while the site for Help Desk supports a simplified set of tasks to expedite the resolution of trouble tickets. The site for self-administration is indented for managing personal accounts.
The Web Interface also allows setting the user interface language according to your preferences. The language setting has effect on all menus, commands, and forms that come with the Web Interface, as well as the tool tips and help. Thus, users can work with the Web Interface in their own language.
The Web Interface delivers a reliable, comprehensive solution for users who have administrative access to Active Roles to modify commands that the Web Interface provides for without writing a single line of code, and enables such users to add and remove commands on menus, and modify command pages by adding and removing fields that display property values. For information on how to customize the Web interface, refer to the Active Roles Web Interface Administrator Guide.
The Active Roles Web Interface User Guide is for individuals who are responsible for performing day-to-day administrative tasks. This document provides a brief overview of the Web Interface, and includes step-by-step instructions on how to perform administrative tasks.
The following topics describe the procedures for connecting to the Web Interface. First, configure your Web browser to display the Web Interface pages properly. Then, connect to the Web Interface. Finally, you may specify personal settings for the Web Interface.