This article provides step by step instructions to add/delete administrator accounts to a PGP Universal Server.
HOW TO: Create PGP Universal Server Administrators
A PGP Universal Server can have multiple administrators to perform tasks on the server. Administrators can have various roles and privileges to the server. During the Setup Assistant, one administrator is created and is automatically created as a SuperUser.
PGP Universal Server includes the following roles:
Once administrators are configured, they can log in and access to those functions they are entitled to based on their role. Administrators who do not have all privileges will be able to see everything in the administrative interface, but cannot edit.
Creating a New Administrator
|Note: If using SecurID Authentication, you must first enable the SecurID Authentication feature. Click here for an article on configuring RSA SecurID Authentication.
If you are using SecurID authentication, make sure the login name exactly matches this administrator's username in the RSA server, or this user will not be able to authenticate successfully.
Importing SSH v2 Keys
SuperUser administrators have the option of adding their SSH v2 key to the PGP Universal Server. The SSH v2 key acts as an authentication token and allows SuperUser administrators to access the command line of the PGP Universal Server.
|Note: Accessing the PGP Universal Server command line in this way may void portions of your PGP Support agreement. Contact PGP Support for more information.|
To import an SSH v2 key: