The modules to be installed are selected when the database is configured.
To obtain an overview of the system configuration
The System information tab gives you an overview of your system configuration. Have this information available when you contact support.
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One Identity Manager uses different authentication modules for logging in to administration tools. Authentication modules identify the system users to be used and load the user interface and database resource editing permissions depending on their permission group memberships.
To identify the current authentication module for the current user
The System user tab shows the following information on the authentication module being used.
|Authenticated by||Name of the authentication module used for logging in.|
|Employee UID (UserUID)||Unique ID for the current user’s employee if an employee-related authentication module is used to log in.|
Users log in to the running administration tool using a system ID. Permitted system user IDs are determined by the authentication module you select. When the system user logs in to the One Identity Manager administration tools, the user interface is displayed and editing rights are assigned depending on the permissions groups to which the user belongs.
To identify the current system user for the current user:
The System user tab shows the following system information:
Name of system user
|Dynamic user||The current user uses a dynamic system user. Dynamic system users are applied when a role-based authentication module is used to log in.|
The user interface displayed to and editing rights available to the current user depend on the permissions groups to which their system user belongs.
To identify the current permissions rights for the current user:
The Permissions groups tab lists the permissions groups to which the user belongs.
NOTE: On the System user tab, the Read-only option shows if the current system user has read-only rights only. If so, the user is not permitted to change data.
To identify which permissions are assigned to the current user for an object:
On the Access permissions tab, you can see which permissions are valid for an object based on permissions groups.