12.3 Accessing And Viewing General User Account Information

The Web Admin console opens to the User Page which displays the user’s type (Admin user or user), username, user's full name (if available), the server to which the user is provisioned and the user status (Enabled or Disabled).

Follow the steps given below to access the Users Details Page:

  1. On the iFolder user page, use the search functionality to locate the user whose iFolder account you want to manage.

  2. Click the user's name link to open the User Details page to the Users tab.

The User Details page will display the following user details for the selected user's iFolder account.

Table 12-1 User Details



User Name

The username assigned to the user account, such as jsmith or john.smith@example.com.

Full Name

The first and last name of the user account.

LDAP Context

The LDAP tree context is used for provisioning users in to iFolder.

Last Login Time

The last time the user logging in to the iFolder system.

User Groups (applicable only for individual users)

Lists all the groups that the selected user belongs to.

Group Members (applicable only for LDAPGroups)

Lists all the members who belong to the selected LDAP Group.

The User Details page displays the iFolders owned or shared by the user. Click the All tab to list all the iFolders both owned and shared. To view the iFolder owned by the user, click the Owned tab. The Shared tab lists all the shared iFolders for this particular user account.

12.3.1 Enabling or Disabling an iFolder For an User Account

Follow the steps given below to enable or disable an iFolder for a given user account:

  1. Locate the iFolder you want to manage, then select the check box next to the iFolder.

  2. Click Enable to enable the iFolder.

    This allows the user to log in and synchronize iFolders.

  3. Click Disable to disable the iFolder.

  4. If the user is logged in when you make this change, the user’s session continues until the user logs out. The policy takes effect the next time the user attempts to log in to the account. To have the lockout take effect immediately, you must restart the Apache services for the iFolder server, which disconnects all active sessions, including the user’s session.

12.3.2 Deleting An iFolder

To delete an iFolder:

  1. Locate the iFolder you want to delete, then select the check box next to the iFolder.

  2. Click Delete.