How to work with personal employee accounts?

Accounts are associated with a specific User, not a key.

To work with accounts, you need to go to the “Employees” section for a specific user.

Click the Create personal account button on the Employee's page.

There are 2 tabs in the window that appears. You can specify information for the account to access the site or application on the Web / App account tab. You can also specify the local account, domain account, Microsoft account or Azure AD account on the Windows account tab.

Filling data on the “Web / App account” tab

An account can be created manually or using a template.

Field Assignments:

  • Name - account name

  • Urls - one or more web addresses separated by “;”

  • Apps - one or more application names separated by “;”. You can specify, for example, “Skype” as the name of the application

  • Login - login to access your account

  • Password - password to access your account

  • Confirm password - re-enter the password to prevent its mistyping

  • OTP - enter a secret OTP code.

Required fields are: Name, Login, Password, Confirm password, as well as at least one of the Urls or Apps fields.

Please note that you can use one account for several sites and / or applications.

Example of RDP account creation

Filling data on the “Windows account” tab

You can create a local / domain / Microsoft / Azure AD account on the corresponding tab.

All fields are required.

There may be several accounts of this type, but one of them is the main one for unlocking the computer (Primary Account). It is visually highlighted in the list of accounts.

If you want an account to allow you to unlock the computer, check that you have entered the login correctly:

  • Local user - add “. \” in front of the username.

    For example, “.\Test.User”

  • Microsoft account - add “@ \” in front of the username. The username in this case is usually an email. For example, “@\Test.User@hideez.com”

  • Domain account - add the domain name and “\” in front of the username. For example, “HIDEEZ\Test.User”

  • Azure AD account - add “AzureAD\” in front of the username. For example, “AzureAD\Test.User@hideez.onmicrosoft.com”