In order to provide users access to a Filespace, administrators need to create individual users accounts. Each user will require their own username and password to link to a Filespace.
Users form an important foundation for implementing Access Control Lists (ACL) via our Filespace Shares as a means for granting access to the Filespace and assigning, full, or limited read and or write access to its directory structure.
A Filespace without any users can only be accessed from the root account. Management of your Users can be accessed via the LucidLink client dashboard users tab, providing your root password and opening the manager.
Add, delete and reset your user passwords from within our user manager.
Add a user.
Delete user or change user password.
Administration of users can be also performed and scripted via the command line.
lucid help user usage: Lucid user [--list] Lucid user --create username [options] Lucid user --delete username Lucid user --set username [options] Lucid user --get [username] User management - requires root permissions Options: --password password Your current password --list Display the list of existing users --create username Create a new user with allowed chars: a-z, A-Z, 0-9, '-_.@'. Max length 128 chars. Usernames are case insensitive and case preserving --delete username Delete a user --set username Set user's info. Used with all --user-* options --get [username] Get user's info. Default is current user --user-password password User's new password --user-email [email] User's e-mail address
Create a user.
lucid user --create user1 Enter your current password: Enter a new password: Reenter the password: User 'user1' created successfully.
Single string user creation.
lucid user --create <username>--user-password <userpassword> --user-email <useremail> --password <password>
Set user email address.
lucid user --set user1 --user-email email@example.com Enter your current password: User 'user1' updated successfully.
lucid user --list Enter your current password: USERNAME EMAIL User1 user1@c... User2 user2@c... User3 user3@c... User4 user4@c... User5 user5@c... root
Get user details.
lucid user --get user1 Enter your current password: USERNAME EMAIL user1 firstname.lastname@example.org
Reset user password.
lucid user --set user1 --user-password 12345
lucid user --delete user1 Enter your current password: User 'user1' deleted successfully.
If you'd like to bulk create your users, we have an example Powershell script in our tips and tricks Bulk User Creation FAQ.