Identity governance deployments usually have identity information distributed across a number of systems. OpenIAM allows you to integrate these systems through the use of connectors. OpenIAM also maintains a unified picture of all user identities, or accounts, across these varied systems.
The User Administration functionality in OpenIAM enables the management of users in both OpenIAM and the connected applications. Each user profile in OpenIAM will have an OpenIAM identity and
n accounts mapped to the various systems that the account has been provisioned to.
The webconsole provides administration tools for authorized users. The sections below describe how to perform administrative operations in detail.
|Create user||Create new users using the administration interface|
|User search||Search for users in OpenIAM by attributes or entitlements|
|Admin operations||Perform operations such as user status change, password reset, and unlock account|
|Rehire user flow||Explains how to call a rehire useer flow from SelfService|
|Related accounts||Manage accounts related to a user|
|Custom user types||Create new types of users|
|Custom page templates||Create custom page and form templates for collecting information during user creation|
|Custom fields||Create custom fields to be embedded in user creation forms|
|Service accounts||Create and manage service accounts|
|Orphan management||Manage orphaned user accounts|
|Bulk operations||Apply changes to multiple accounts simultaneously|
|Organization level delegation||Enable external organizations to manage their own users|