By default, the Users tab shows all current Enterprise Steam users. (Note that you can also specify to show deactivated Enterprise Steam users as well.) This section describes how to add, edit, and deactivate users.
Admins can add users into the Enterprise Steam SQLite database from within the UI.
- At the top of the Configurations page, click the Create User button.
- Username: Enter the name of the user. Note that the name must match with a username in your YARN system.
- Password/Confirm Password: Specify and confirm a password for the user.
- Role: Specify the role(s) for this user. Note that Enterprise Steam ships with two default roles: admin and standard user.
- YARN Queues: Optionally specify a list of YARN queues associated with this user.
- Cluster Profile: Specify the cluster profile(s) that this user will be part of. Note that Enterprise Steam ships with a number of default cluster profiles.
- Click Create User when you are done.
Upon successful completion, the new user will appear in the list of Enterprise Steam users.
This section describes how to edit a user’s role.
On the Users tab, click the Edit link beside the user you want to edit. This opens the Edit User Details form. Change the user’s roles or cluster profile. You can also specify an authentication type of LDAP, Local, or SAML, and you can specify YARN queues for the user. Click Confirm when you are done.
Note: A message will display in the UI if you remove all roles from a user.
Resetting a User’s Password¶
If a user is added with Local Authentication, then admins can reset the user’s password by clicking the Reset Local Password link for the desired user. A new password will display at the top of the screen for approximately 5 seconds. This new password should then be provided to the user so that he/she can log in to Enterprise Steam. Note that this option is not available for users added with LDAP or SAML authentication.
On the Users tab, click the Deactivate Steam User link for the user whose Enterprise Steam access you want to revoke. Click Reactivate Steam User to once again grant access for that user.