Using "Users" and "User Groups"

Users table

The Users table serves as an integrative directory of all the users synchronized from all your cloud services.

The table is accessible from the left-side menu of your Coronet console. 

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Users are identified by their email address. If the user has also an associated name, it will be displayed as well.

The user's Protection field displays the Coronet protection status of the user. The user might either be "Licensed" - the user is protected, "Unlicensed" - the user is currently not protected, or "Not protectable" - the user is not a candidate for protection because he has no associated cloud service license and no associated device protected by the Coronet client application.

Note that by default the table is filtered to show only "Protectable" users. You can modify the filer by clicking the table's Filter button.   

The user's Service Status field displays the most 'important' state of all the cloud services the user is connected to.  The status might be "Active", "Invited", "Suspended by Service", "Suspended by Coronet" or "Unlicensed/Deleted".

The user's Service Activity field displays which services the user is associated with and his activity level in these services. Green – activity in the last 30 days. Red – Inactivity for at least 30 days. Grey – User is not protectable in the service.

The user's Client activity field displays the protection status of his Coronet client applications. Green – Connected clients activity in the last 30 days. Red – No connected clients for at least 30 days. Grey – User has no Coronet clients installed.

If you wish to install the Coronet client application to protect users who are not in the Users directory (e.g. because they are not associated with any service), click the Add Users button. 

Use the 3-dots menu notation at the right-hand side of each user record, or check multiple users and click the Bulk Actions button to take various actions, such as assigning/removing Coronet licenses, sending client activation (enrollment) codes, suspending/unsuspending users from services, adding/removing users from Coronet groups, etc. 

User details

Click on any user record to view user details.

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This view shows user information, Coronet protection status, her status in the services she is connected to, and a list of her devices which are protected by the Coronet client, as well as enrollment codes available for the protection of additional user endpoint devices.

Use the 3-dots menu notation at the top-right corner to take various actions, such as assigning/removing Coronet licenses, sending client activation (enrollment) codes, suspending/unsuspending users from services, adding/removing users from Coronet groups, etc. 

Click the "[N] vulnerabilities" text to view a list of protected device vulnerabilities.

You can remove a device association with your account by clicking the trash bin icon.

 

Users Groups table

The User Groups table aggregates all the groups synchronized from all your cloud services. It also lists Coronet groups you have added to the system.

Note that the table also includes the default Coronet "Everyone" group that includes all your protectable users.  

The table is accessible from the left-side menu of your Coronet console. 

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The Group Type field displays the service the groups is pulled from and the group type. Groups created by the admin from the Coronet console, and the default "Everyone" group are associated with the Coronet service.

The Usage field displays the number of rules that the group is defined in.

The Licensing policy field displays the way Coronet treats new users that are added to the Coronet Users directory, either as a result of syncing with the cloud services or manually by the console admin.
Each group must have one of two policy values - "Included" or "Excluded".
If a group is "Included", new protectable users will automatically be assigned a Coronet license and will be automatically protected. If the customer doesn't have any free licenses available, a red indication will be displayed. 
If the group is "Excluded", there will be no automatic license assignment.
The licensing policy doesn’t prevent manual assignment or removal of user licenses.

Note that the Everyone group is Included by default, which means that by default any new protectable user will be assigned a license. You can modify this policy from the group's action menu.

The Licensed field displays how many users in this group are currently protected by Coronet, while the Protectable field displays how many users can be potentially protected.

Use the 3-dots menu notation at the right-hand side of each group record, or check multiple groups and click the Bulk Actions button to take various actions, such as assigning/removing Coronet licenses from all group members and changing the group's licensing policy.  

User group details

Click on any group record to view group details.

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This view shows group information, usage, licensing policy and its users protection level (current vs. potential).

The view also shows the list of protectable users who are members of this group and their status, as explained in the "Users Table" section above. You can assign or remove user license and allocate client enrollment codes to users directly from this list.

Use the 3-dots menu notation at the top-right corner to take various actions, such as assigning/removing Coronet licenses from all group members and changing the group's licensing policy. Coronet groups have additional actions - add users, rename or delete the group. 

 

  

 

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