Provides a consolidated list of all user accounts from all hosts, excluding any local users marked as system users. This report includes the following information:
- Empty password
- Home directory path
- Account's shell
You can consolidate the list of user accounts by matching values for accounts across multiple hosts. Accounts found with matching values are listed as a single local account. This list is best used for migrating local users to Active Directory.
Indicate how you want to match user accounts by selecting the value parameters that you want to match:
- Home Directory
Optionally, you can include the host name for the accounts, as well:
- Include the host name for accounts
This report is available when you are logged on as the supervisor or an Active Directory account in the Manage Hosts role.
NOTE: If you select the Include the host name for accounts option, the mangement console adds a column to the Master_etc_passwdList .csv file to identify the host for each user account. One Identity provides the Host column information to help you resolve the entries in the file. However, before you import the .cvs file into the Unix Account Import Wizard, you must remove the Host column.
You can easily migrate local users to Active Directory by exporting the Master /etc/passwd List report, then importing it into the Unix Account Import Wizard, accessible from the Authentication Services Control Center's Tools link. The Unix Account Import wizard is a versatile tool that helps migrate Unix account information to Active Directory. It is especially well-suited to small, one-shot import tasks such as importing all the local user accounts from a specific Unix host. The Unix Account Import Wizard can import Unix data as new user and group objects or use the data to Unix-enable existing users and groups.