Create New Users
To create new Blueprint users:
- In the Blueprint Administration Portal, click User Management and select Users.
For information on how to access the Admin Portal, see the About the Administration Portal article.
- In the Users page displayed, click Add Windows Users or Add Database UserIn Blueprint, users cab be manually created in the Blueprint Admin Portal (Add Database User).
Instance Admins who already have Active Directory configured for their instance can add users in bulk via a Windows directory (Add Windows Users).
- On the New User page displayed, complete the user's basic profile by entering a username, display name, password, picking an instance administrator role, select the Enable Login checkbox, and then click Save.
Mandatory fields are indicated with a red asterisk (*). You can also enter additional information, such as first and last name, title, department, and email.
The following table provides a description of each field for Blueprint users:
Defines the username the user logs in with
Defines the name that is displayed in the top right corner of the interface
Defines the email associated with the user’s account
Defines the user’s title within the organization
Defines the department the user is in
Instance Administrator Role
Defines the role the user has in the instance
Never Expire Password
For database users, defines whether their password will never expire. If the user password does not expire, the password policy configured in the instance settings will not apply.
Note that if the password is set to never expire in instance settings (by setting the Password Expiration field to 0 days), this option will be disabled.
Allow Fallback from Federated Authentication
Defines whether or not the user is allowed to fallback from federated authentication.
This option is only available if federated authentication is enabled.
For more information, see the About Fallback from Federated Authentication article.
Defines whether the user is enabled or not
Defines the type of license the user has – this not manually selected by the administrator, but determined by the type of role the user has
Defines whether the user is a database user or windows user
For information on how to assign users to Groups, see the Add Users to Groups article.