General Management

Objective

This guide provides instructions on how to manage general settings for your tenant and personal account settings. The tenant-level settings allow you to control user access and define policies around it and user-level personal account settings allow you to configure settings such as notification preferences, Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), etc. To know more information about supported user access management, see User Access Management.

Using the instructions provided in this guide, you can configure tenant policies such as password policy and personal settings such as MFA and notification preferences.


Prerequisites

The following prerequisites apply:


Configure Tenant Settings

The information provided in this chapter covers tenant-level settings and some of these settings may require you to have the Tenant Owner role.

Perform the following to configure tenant settings:

Step 1: Log into VoltConsole and go to tenant settings.

Click General on the namespace selector and select Tenant Settings > Tenant Overview.

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Figure: Tenant Settings Page

Step 2:Configure custom logo.
  • Click Change Logo in the Custom Logo section to load the cusom logo form.
  • Click Upload Image and upload image for your logo. Ensure that the image complies with the requirement displayed on the form.

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Figure: Custom Logo

  • Click Save.
Step 3:Configure expiry policy for credentials.
  • Click Setup Expiration Preferences in the Credential Expiry Policy section to load the expiry configuration form.
  • Enter maximum expiry duration in number of days for your API certificate, kubeconfig, and API token.

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Figure: Set Credentials Expiry

Note: The default expiry is 90 days. See Credentials guide for information on how to create credentials.

  • Click Save.
Step 4: Set tenant policies.
  • Click Setup Policies in the Tenant Configuration section to load tenant policy configuration form.
  • Enter a display name for your tenant in the Display Name field in the basic configuration section. This name gets displayed in the tenant login screen.
  • Go to Brute Force Detection Settings and enter a value in the Max Login Failures field.

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Figure: Basic and Bruteforce Detection Settings

Note: When the number of login failures reaches the set limit, user is temporarily locked for a maximum duration of 15 minutes.

  • Go to th3 Password Policy section and do the following:

    • Enter a value in Min Number Of Digits field to speficy minimum number of required digits in the password.
    • Enter a value in Min Number Of Lowercase Characters field to speficy minimum number of lower case characters in the password.
    • Enter a value in Min Number Of Uppercase Characters field to speficy minimum number of upper case characters in the password.
    • Enter a value in Min Number Of Special Characters field to speficy minimum number of special characters in the password.

      Note: Special characters are characters such as ?!#%$.

    • Optionally, click to enable the Not Username option to ensure that password is not same as username.
    • Enter a value in Expire Password field and to set a password expiry time period.
    • Enter a value in Not Recently Used field to restrict the user from using a number of previously used passwords when changing password.
    • Enter a value in Minimum Length field to speficy minimum length for the password string.

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Figure: Tenant Password Policy Settings

Step 5:Delete tenant.

In case you wish to delete the tenant, do the following:

  • Click Request Deletion on the Tenant Information section to load the tenant deletion request form.
  • Select an option from the drop-down list for the Please choose a reason for tenant deletion field.
  • Optionally, enter additonal feedback in the Please provide additional feedback below (optional) field.
  • Type Delete in the Please type 'Delete' for confirmation field and click Request tenant deletion and log out button.

Configure User Personal Settings

Perform the following configure your personal settings. The personal settings are for individual user and consists of configurations such as MFA, notification preferences, etc.

Note: The MFA supported is two-factor authentication.

Log into VoltConsole and do the following:

Step 1: Naviage to user settings.

Click General on the namespace selector and select Personal Management > My Account.

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Figure: My Account Page

Step 2:Set a profile picture.
  • Click on the camera icon displayed under the Personal Settings section.
  • Click Upload Image and upload image for your profile. Ensure that the image complies with the requirement displayed on the form.

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Figure: Profile Picture

  • Click Save.
Step 3:Configure two-factor authentication.
  • Click Enable two-factor authentication in the Two-factor authentication section. Wait for the display to indicate that it is enabled.
  • Log out and log in to start setting up the two-factor authentication.
  • Follow the instructions displayed on the login screen and complete setting up the two-factor authentication.

Note: You can use the Disable two-factor authentication option in the Two-factor authentication section to disable the authentication anytime.

Step 4: Change password.

Click Change Password in the Password section to update your password. This will result in an email to the email address associated with the tenant. Follow the instructions in the email to update your password.

Step 5:Set notification preferences.

Click Manage Notification Preferences in the Notification Preferences section to specify which notifications you prefer to receive.


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