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Example 4: Provision User & Validate User Login

You have created pages of content, and now you want a user to be able to log in to the system and view these pages.

Provision User

Perform the following steps to create a user and provision the Sales page to that user:

  1. Click Provision > Domains.
    A new page is displayed.
  2. Click + Add Domain to add a new domain.
    A pop-up is displayed.
  3. In the pop-up, click Embedded.
    A new field is displayed.
    a) In Domain Name, enter Sales Team.
    b) Click Save.
    The newly created domain is displayed.
  4. Click the Sales Team domain to select it.
    Domain’s configuration options are displayed on the right side.
  5. On the Content tab, expand Content Menu to view the folders of content configured in the system.
  6. Select the checkbox next to the States folder to assign it to the Sales Team domain.
  7. Click Save.
  8. Click the Users tab and then click +Add User to create a new user.
    A pop-up is displayed.
  9. In the pop-up, do the following:
    a) In User Name, enter JSmith.
    b) In First Name, enter Jane.
    c) In Last Name, enter Smith.
    d) In Password, enter Edge1234.
    e) In Confirm Password, enter Edge1234.
  10. Click Save.
    The newly created user is displayed.


Validate User Login

Now that you have created a user and provisioned pages, you can log in as the user to validate that it is working. Perform the following steps to log in as the user and validate access to the content that you created:

  1. Click the active user banner in the upper right corner (admin@default) and select Logout.
  2. On the login page, enter the following credentials:
    a) Username: JSmith@Sales Team
    Note that you need to add the domain name to the username (e.g. @Sales Team).
    b) Password: Edge1234
  3. Click Login.
    The Sales page is displayed.
    Note that the user cannot create new connections, pages, or users.



You have created a domain and user, and you have logged in as that user. Additionally, you have confirmed that the user does not have access to the administrative tools.


For more information on Provisioning, refer to the corresponding chapter.

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