This page displays external user information from a repository such as LDAP or Active Directory. To edit this information, you must connect directly to the repository. However, you can associate properties with an external user and then use those properties in CloudBees Flow.
Name of the user. The name combined with the location are the unique identifier for this user local to the CloudBees Flow server.
Repository containing the user. This is usually LDAP or Active Directory.
“Path” to the group in a hierarchy such as Active Directory or another LDAP directory provider. This is viewable only for users or groups from nonlocal directory providers. This is useful if you use Active Directory and nested groups.
Real, given name for the user.
User’s email address as known within the system.
Last Login Time
Date and time of the user’s last login.
Groups that include this user. Clicking a group name displays the Group Details page, which lists all members in that group.
Parent groups for remote or external users if the repository (directory provider) to which the user belongs was configured with Recursively Traverse Group Hierarchy when the directory provider was defined.
This field displays the groups in the LDAP or Active Directory server hierarchy in which the user’s immediate groups are members. For example, if:
then the Parent Groups field for the user will display “California, US,” and the Groups field will display “SFO.”
|To configure your LDAP and Active Directory account repositories to communicate with CloudBees Flow, click the Administration > Directory Providers tab.|
To add a registered user, click Register User.
After the user is registered, the Custom User Properties section and the Access Control button appear.