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NNMi Configuration Settings to Control NNMi Access

NNMi administrators configure NNMi user names, passwords, and NNMi User Group membership assignments in the NNMi database.

Which Database Stores the Information?
Using which User Authentication Method? Are NNMi User Accounts Required? Where is NNMi User Group Membership Assignment * defined? Are NNMi User Groups & Mapping Required?
1 NNMi Password Yes NNMi Yes

Caution NNMi administrators must choose one Mode and configure all NNMi users with the same approach. See also:

To enable NNMi to store all user information in the NNMi database:

  1. Configure User Accounts (User Account Form).

    Tip NNMi administrators can also add, delete, or modify NNMi user names and passwords with the nnmsecurity.ovpl command-line tool.

  2. Configure User Groups (User Group Form).
  3. Map User Accounts to User Groups (User Account Mapping Form).

    NNMi users can belong to more than one User Group.

    The NNMi administrator must assign each User Account to a predefined NNMi User Group before that user can access NNMi. See User Groups Provided in NNMi for more information.

  4. Configure Security Groups (Security Group Form)
  5. Map User Groups to Security Groups (Security Group Mapping Form).