User Management > General Settings




General Settings

To view and edit a user's general settings, first select the user from the user list. 

Next, click on General Settings. By default, General Settings will be loaded when you select your user. Within General Settings, basic information
about the user can be viewed and edited.



    Within General Settings the following categories can be edited:
        Note: The 2 factor verification is just a status of enforcement/enrollment, not an edit field.
  • User's Email Address
  • User's Display Name
  • User's Org Unit
  • User's Profile Photo
  • User's Password ( custom or randomly generated )
  • Google Admin Panel Role
  • gPanel Role
  • User's Status - Active/Suspended
  • Force a Password Reset
  • Enable/Disable Profile Sharing
  • See the status of 2 Factor Verification Enforcement/Enrollment



Edit Users

Set User Status:

Toggle the status icon to either "Active" or "Suspended".
Once you have changed the information you will need to click on "Save" for the changes to be accepted.


Email:

To change a users email address simply click on the field that contains that data that needs to be changed and change it. The first box will contain the username and the second box 
will contain the domain of the user's email address. Once you have changed the information you will need to click on "Save" for the changes to be accepted. 


Set Name:

To change a user's display name simply click on the first box to update the first name and the second box to update the last name. 
Once you have changed the information you will need to click on "Save" for the changes to be accepted.


Set Org Unit:

To set the user's Org Unit type the name of the Org, A list of matching Org's will generate as you are typing, and select the matching Org. For the top level Org Unit, enter "/"
Once you have changed the information you will need to click on "Save" for the changes to be accepted.


Set Password:

To change a user's password simply click on the field that states "Password" and enter a new password for your user. gPanel can also randomize a new password for your user this 
can be done by clicking on the "Randomize Password" button. To require the user to change their password, select "Require user to change password at next sign-in".
Once you have changed the information you will need to click on "Save" for the changes to be accepted.


Contact Sharing:

To make the user's profile visible in the Directory, select "Automatically share [username]'s contact information".


Set cPanel Role:

This drop down box allows you to change a users cPanel role. The Role "User" will not give the user access to the Google Admin Panel. The Role "Admin" will give the user access 
to the Google Admin Panel. Once you have changed the information you will need to click on "Save" for the changes to be accepted.


Set gPanel Role:

gPanel Roles designate what access the user has to gPanel. Select "User" for access to the User Portal only. Select "Admin" for full admin privileges or select a custom role. 
Once you have changed the information you will need to click on "Save" for the changes to be accepted.

2 Factor Verification Status:

The two sliders represent whether or not the user has 2 factor verification enforced for them and then whether or not they have enrolled yet. This is not a action item, this will not allow you to change the 2 factor setting this is a visual to help confirm whether or not the user is being forced to enroll and whether they have or not. Below is how the sliders will look when the user is both enforced and enrolled into 2 factor: 



Settings Reset

If find that you have made a mistake while you are entering information you can click on the Discard Changes button and the users data will revert back to its last Save.