The following article explains how to create a new administrator profile on the Barracuda NG Control Center box.
To create a new administrator profile:
Enter the administrator’s Name for the Barracuda NG Admin login and click OK to enter the configuration.
In the configuration window, you can specify the following settings:
Roles – This menu provides the currently available administrative roles (Global Settings - Administrative Roles).
This menu provides options to control the shell access of the administrator. The following entries are available:
This setting defines the authentication that is required to access a system. The following types of authentication are available:
|External Authentication field|
If external authentication is required, the corresponding method can be selected here. The following authentication schemes are available:
|External Login Name field||The login name for the corresponding authentication scheme.|
The password for the Barracuda NG Admin login. When creating an account, the new password must be entered in both the Current and New fields, even though the password has not yet been created. The password must be confirmed by reentering it in the Confirm field. In addition to the parameters mentioned above, the Account Description section offers an additional option:
Disabled – To deactivate the administrator profile, select this check box.
|Next Forced Change [d]||Here the time interval in days for mandatory password changes can be specified. Defining a value of 0 deactivates this.|
Warning period [d]
Specifies the number of days before the password expiry date on which a request for password change is displayed.
Expiry Grace Period [d]
Specifies the number of days after the password expiry date on which the password is still accepted.
allow_reuse_of_previous allows to define the old password again, while force_different_password will force the entry of a different password.
Public RSA Key
Serves for handling the public key. The Export/Import button offers import options.
|Administrator Access Control|