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Identity Manager 8.0 - Web Portal User Guide

Getting Started Request Attestations Compliance Ownerships
My Responsibilities Delegation Ownerships Auditing Governance Administration
Related Applications Calls Settings... Discovering your Statistics on the Start Page

Editing Active Directory User Accounts

Editing Active Directory User Accounts

You can edit your Active Directory user accounts at any time once this user data has been loaded after you have logged in to the system.

NOTE: Light gray text boxes cannot be edited.

To edit your Active Directory user accounts

  1. Click in the header and select My Profile in the menu.
  2. Select the Active Directory User Accounts view.
  3. Enable the Active Directory user account you want, if there are more than one.
  4. Edit the text boxes or add new ones.
  5. Save the changes.

    NOTE: This function is only available if Active Roles Module is installed. This module references Active Roles extensions in Active Directory user accounts.

Selecting a Language

You can configure which language you want use in the Web Portal.

To set the language for your web application

  1. Click in the header and select My Profile in the menu.

    The tab Contact Data is preselected.

  1. Click Change next to the Language culture entry and select your preferred language.
  2. Save the changes.

    The changes take effect immediately in the Web Portal.

NOTE: Another way of changing the language is through the browser. The browser settings only apply if your web application does not specify a language.

NOTE: You can also set the language in the Connection dialog box from the menu.

Navigation and Handling

You use the Web Portal to view and manage data. Some menu are available in the header, on the start page as well as in the menu bar. You can decide yourself, how you execute an action or open a view.

NOTE: The Web Portal is customized for you, based on your organization’s implementation of the solution, and your role in the organization. Which groups of employees are supplied with which functionality in the standard installation is explained in the following chapters.

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Exploring Your Home Page

Once you have logged in successfully, the home page appears. The home page consists of the following components:

  • Header

    The header with the company logo is at the top of the screen. You can use different functions and reach different areas from here.

  • Menu bar

    The menu bar is displayed horizontally in the upper part of the screen and provides different menus and submenus. To return to the home page, use . You can open the Settings with the menu on the right side of the screen.

    The menu item My settings takes you to the My Settings view. This view contains other options that you can use to configure your email notification and report settings.

    Users who use a reading program to operate the Web Portal, can go directly to the navigation by using an invisible link, which is in the header section of every page.

  • Tiles

    There are tiles of different sizes displayed across the home page, which you can click on. These tiles are useful for accessing frequently used menu items or important actions with one click. Other tiles show statistics or heatmaps. This information can also be called up through links in a larger view.

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