Admin Console

The Opkey Admin page enables Admins to manage Users, Projects, Groups, Queued Sessions, Agents, and implement Single Sign-On (SSO) using Okta, Azure AD, and ADFS. Admin privileges are necessary for these tasks. 


Let’s discuss them one by one: 




Profile Tab 

Update your Name and Password in the profile section and upload a profile picture in .png, .jpg, .jpeg, or .gif format. 


Select Settings after clicking your Username. In the Profile window, update your name and click Update for name changes. To update both name and password, edit your name, enter a new password, and click Update. 





Single Sign On 

Single Sign-On (SSO) simplifies team identity management for various SaaS products by allowing users to use a single set of login credentials across multiple applications. SSO authenticates the user once, providing access to all applications based on user rights without additional prompts during the session. 


User Management 

Admin users can access the User Management section, which presents user information in four sub-sections: Users, Login Audit Trails, User Audit Trails, and Group Management. 


The Users section presents active users with names, usernames, and email addresses, offering actions like add, edit, delete, and release lock. Users are searchable by name, username, or email. 


Here, view all users and their details. Customize the displayed user items per page, with information on active users and user limits at the top. 




To create a user, click the "Create User" icon. Fill in all necessary fields of Name, Email, Password, Confirm Password, and click "Create." Admin rights can be assigned to the newly created user. 



To see user groups, click on the "View Groups" icon. 




A pop-up window opens up.

To modify user details and accessibility (login permissions and admin status), click the "Update User" icon. Edit Name, Email, and Password as needed, then click Update. 


Enter details of Name, Email, Password, and Confirm password on the pop-up window. 


The user gets updated. 


Release Lock 




The pop-up message is displayed. Click on Ok.




Delete User 


Click on the Delete User icon and then click OK to validate the same. 


Set User Platform Permission 


Opkey Admins can restrict a normal user's platform access, redirecting them to the default login platform if they log in elsewhere. Ensure the user has at least default login platform access. 

Choose the restricted platform. 

Select the Default Access Platform. 

Click Apply to implement the settings. 



Login Audit Trials 



Opkey Web's User Management displays detailed Login Audit Trails, showing user login and logout activities in a tabular format with columns like Username, Task, Source, and Date/Time. The Date/Time details are presented in the Opkey Web user's time zone. 




Refresh the Login Audit Trails with the Refresh button. View 400 records per page, and navigate using Next. Filter records by a specified date range under the search bar. The export option, Export to Excel, requires specifying From & To dates. The default date range is the current month. 




The Exported Data can be seen. 



User Audit Trial 

Opkey Web's User Audit Trails in User Management detail tasks by Opkey Web users within a specified domain. The table includes columns like Task, UserName, Field, Old Value, New Value, By User, and Date/Time, with Date/Time adjusted to the Opkey Web user's time zone. 




Refresh User Audit Trails with the button. It displays 400 records per page, use Next for more. Filter by date range, and refine within 90 days. Export with Export to Excel, specifying From & To dates (default to the current month if unfiltered). 




View them in the Excel format, once exported. 



Group Management 

Opkey's Admin Console Group Management allows overseeing and editing user groups with details like Service Provider, Name, Projects, Opkey Admin privileges, and Actions. Admin privileges are required for editing and deleting groups. 




Session Management 

Here, view queued sessions with details (Executed On, Session, Project, Type, Artifact Name, Status, Build, Plugin, Agent, Actions). You can refresh, delete sessions, and search by session name. Customize the displayed project items on the page. 



Click on View Artifact to view the Artifact Name: 



Agent Management 

Opkey Admins, in the Agent Management section, can view and delete Opkey Agents (online/offline) within the same domain. Simply go to Admin Panel, click Agent Management, and use the Delete icon, searching agents by name if needed. 




License Management 


Opkey's Admin Console now includes License Management, offering insights into Opkey components'(Opkey Web, Opkey Accelerator, Job Portal, Impact Analysis, MBT, Sparkin, and Agent) licenses and the ability to upgrade them. 




License Management is segmented into three parts:  


Component License displaying several Users and Agent License. 


Platform License displaying license information about Opkey Web, Job Portal, Accelerator, and Impact Analysis. 


Feature License displaying license information about additional Opkey features like MBT and Sparkin. 


Click on the Upgrade License button to upgrade the licenses. 




Click on Yes, and you will be redirected to browse and select the Opkey license file. 


Select the Opkey License file and click on the Open to add the Opkey license. 




The license will be upgraded. 


Click on the Request License tab to request a new license. 




File Transfer History 


In Project Management, the new File Transfer History tab shows a table of actions like export, replica, import, sync, etc., performed on a project. You can download action logs with the Download Logs button, accessible for seven days from the action date. 


Go to the admin section and select the File Transfer History tab to view the history of transferred files. 




Choose a Project and examine the file transfer history details in a tabular format. Operation Name indicates the file transfer operation performed, Action By shows the user who operated, and Date/Time displays when the operation occurred. 


You now know the different functionalities of Admin panel tabs.






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