Select a user under Administration→ Users→ Settings (left arrow in the image).
The following options are available:
|Delete||Here you can delete selected user from Cortado Administration Portal. AD users cannot be deleted here. Manage your AD users in the Azure portal.|
|Send Invitation E-mail||You can (re)send the welcome email to the selected user here. The user can use this email to register in My Cortado.|
|Transfer Settings||With this action you can assign settings from one user to another (Settings, Policies, Profiles, Apps & Docs). If the Settings are selected here, only the e-mail language and the maximum permitted number of devices (Max. device count) will be assigned.|
|Enroll Device||With this action you can configure the users’ devices yourself or together with the users (see Embedding mobile devices).|
|Remove Settings||Here you can delete configuration settings for selected users. You can select which settings you want to delete. Select the relevant settings (Policies, Profiles, Apps & Docs) and delete them with Remove.|
Edit local users
Select a local user (left arrow in illus.) and then click Edit under Settings (right arrow in the image). Now you can make further settings.
Besides the user’s name, first name, email address and email language, you can add other details here (UPN, SAM account name, Managed Apple ID, domain, telephone number). Later, these details will help you to use wildcards (variables) when setting up MDM profiles.
Account enabled: If a user logs into My Cortado with an incorrect password five times within an hour, his user account is automatically blocked. Here you can reactivate the user account by setting the checkmark again. Additionally, you have the option to disable a user account by removing the checkmark.
Edit Azure Active Directory users
Editing AD users in the Cortado Administration Portal is limited to adding a managed Apple ID. Edit your AD users in the Azure portal instead.
- Select an AD user in the left column (left arrow in illus.) and then click Edit under Settings (right arrow in illus.).
- Now enter the managed Apple ID of the user(s) (example in illus.).
When you delete an AD group from the Administration Portal under Administration→ Groups, the users of this group are deactivated (left arrow in illus.). You can then delete the disabled users.
- To do so, select the deactivated user(s) (left arrow in illus.) and then click Delete (right arrow illus.).