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The Access Control page (Fig. 1) allows you to view and manage access control settings for the selected user.
For your own user account, the Access Summary will display the Type of User and Control Over settings as read-only values (Fig. 2).
For a user account that you manage, the Access Summary will display the Type of User and Control Over settings as editable fields (Fig. 3). See the New User documentation for details regarding these fields.
If you make any changes here, click the “Save Access Control” button to save your changes.
For your own user account, the Access Actions will include “Change Password” and “Multi-Factor Authentication Setup” buttons, and the “Suspend” and “Delete User” buttons will be disabled (Fig. 4). Also, if your own user account is already configured for Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), you will see actions for “Reset Multi-Factor Auth” and “Validate Multi-Factor Code.”
For a user account that you manage, the Access Actions will NOT include “Change Password” and “Multi-Factor Authentication Setup” buttons, and the “Suspend” and “Delete User” buttons will be enabled (Fig. 5).
This button directs you to the Change Password page.
Multi-Factor Authentication Setup
This button directs you to the Multi-Factor Authentication page.
This button directs you to the Suspend User page.
If the user has been suspended, either manually or by an automated process, the Access Actions will include an “Unsuspend” button. Click this button to unsuspend the user.
This button directs you to the Delete User page.
Enter a new unique username, then click the “Change Username” button. The best practice is to use the user’s email address as their username.
Reset Multi-Factor Authentication
You can disable MFA for your user account by entering your current password here and then clicking the “Reset Multi-Factor Authentication” button. You will need to repeat the MFA setup process if you want to continue using MFA with this account. MFA is REQUIRED for all users in companies with Makos configured with the PCI Template.
Validate Multi-Factor Authentication Access Code
This is a tool for checking that your authenticator app is generating valid access codes for your user account. Enter the current access code provided by your authenticator app, then click the “Verify Access Code” button. This will display a message stating whether or not the access code is valid.
Use the Companies list (Fig. 7) to manage to which companies the selected user has access. Users can have access to more than one company and access levels can be specified for each company they can access. Access to a company can be removed at any time.
Click the “Add Company” button (Fig. 7) to open the Company Search page in a new window (Fig. 8). Enter a search string for Company Name and click the “Search” button to view company search results. Then click the gear icon button for the desired company to grant the selected user access to that company.