The User and Permissions option within the Configuration area will allow Key and Administrator Users to manage their Users and their Login Sessions using various options.
Navigate to: Configuration > Users and Permissions
Fig 1 - Configuration . Users and Permissions
TIP: 'Change Key User' option is only available to the existing Key User.
The Key and Administrator Users can review the sessions of all Users via the Login Sessions option, this will display who, when and how long the User has logged into intelligentcontract, it will also display the session IP address for traceability.
Fig 2 - Login Sessions
Alternatively they can review specific User Sessions by accessing the User option, opening up the required User profile and selecting the Sessions tab.
Fig 3 - Specific User Login Sessions
In both places the Users session can be terminated by hovering to the left of the Users name and you will see an End Session icon, click here and their session will be killed.
Fig 4 - Ending individual User sessions
Preventing Logins & Terminating Sessions
Key and Administrator Users can prevent all Users from logging into their intelligentcontract account, this technically freezes the account, alerts and emails will still be triggered but Users will not be able to action via the portal. These Users can also terminate sessions of specific types of Users if desired. Access the Manage Sessions option and choose the relevant action.
Fig 5- Manage Sessions
- Prevent New Logins? - this will stop any new sessions to be created you can tick all or specify specific Users
- Terminate Sessions - this will terminate and existing session currently active, you can tick all or specify specific Users
TIP: Key User access cannot be prevented, if Prevent New Login? is set to 'Yes' then only the Key User will be able to access the intelligentcontract account
Key Users and Admin Users can also prevent a specific User from logging into their intelligentcontract account by accessing the User option, opening up the required User profile and updating the 'Prevent Login' field to 'Yes'
Fig 6 - Prevent specific user login