This page is for user management.
You can access Users management in two ways : either by clicking Users icon on FusionDirectory main page
or by clicking Users entry in Users and Groups Menu on the left
You will be directed on users management page
All management pages you will see in FusionDirectory look like this. This one allows to manage users.
Click on one user entry in order to access this user’s information overview
FusionDirectory is based on tabs. You will find the same tab-system in plugins, configuration etc.
Activated tabs are always in black and non-activated tab are gray.
The following actions are available:
Create User: Create a new user
Create From template: Create a new user from a template
Create Template: Create a user template
Edit: Edit an existing user
Remove: Delete an existing user
Lock users: Lock existing users
Unlock users: Unlock existing users
Apply template: Apply a template to an existing user
- PDF: Export the current object list as a PDF document
- CSV: Export the current object list as a CSV file
Copy: Copy users
Cut: Cut users to move them
Paste: Paste copied or cut users to the current base
Restore snapshots: Restore snapshots of users
On the right, you have a very practical Filter menu. The filter box let you filter what you are listing.
You can select which object types you want to list or hide, if you want to show templates or hide them.
You can also filter objects depending on which tabs are activated on them.
You can also you the text box to do a text search.
Click on the filter you are interested in in order to show all the users that apply to that filter.
For example, if you select “Mail” filter, you will see the list of users having Mail plugin installed
Checking the “Search in subtrees” checkbox allows to search in the whole subtree under the current base.
In the list you see objects matching current filter options under the currently selected base.
In this example, we selected the following filter : Mail
You can click on column headers to sort the list
and you can quickly access actions on an object using the icons in the last column
You may also check several objects in the first column and apply an action to all of them using the actions menu.
Under the list is a summary of how many objects of each type are shown (in this example there is 1 Department and 3 Users
In FusionDirectory you can show each icon description by simply putting the cursor on the concerned icon
For example, the “floppy disk” icon means “Create a new snapshot from this object”