Commit 15a77f85 authored by Kristina Hoeppner's avatar Kristina Hoeppner
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admin/users: Update screenshots and report references

parent 658bc300
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#. Click the *Get reports for selected users* button to
* view :ref:`user reports <user_reports>`
* view :ref:`user reports <People_reports>`
* download user account information for further actions
.. index::
......@@ -245,82 +245,6 @@ You can delete many accounts at once.
.. note::
Forum posts and comments that users have written or portfolio pages in which they were involved in groups are not deleted. However, their name is being removed.
.. index::
pair: Administration; User reports
.. _user_reports:
User reports
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The user reports contain a range of reports that are generally only available to administrators.
.. index::
singe: User reports; Basic user information
Basic user information
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You can download basic user information for easier updating of these via a CSV file.
.. figure:: /images/administration/user_reports.*
:alt: User reports
User reports
#. On the :ref:`User search <user_search>` page, select the users for whom you wish to see reports and click the *Get reports* button.
#. Ensure that you are on "Users".
#. **Selected users**: You can review the user information that will be included in the CSV file.
#. Click the *Export users in CSV format* button to download the information that you see on this page as CSV file.
.. note::
You can use this CSV file later on for updating existing accounts.
You only see the column **Probation** when the site has the :ref:`spam protection probation points enabled <site_account_settings>`.
Access list
____________________
In addition to downloading basic user information, you can also view all the pages that have been created by the users and with whom they have been shared. This facilitates for example troubleshooting when users cannot view pages of others and the administrator would have to log in to the user account to check page permissions.
.. note::
This list is only available to site and institution administrators unless staff receive access to this list as well. The site administrator can decide that in the :ref:`User settings <user_settings>` in the option "Staff report access".
.. figure:: /images/administration/user_reports_access_list.*
:alt: User report page access list
User report page access list
#. On the :ref:`User search <user_search>` page, select the users for whom you wish to see reports and click the *Get reports* button.
#. Choose *Access list*.
#. The owners of the pages and collections are listed.
#. All the pages that the users have created are listed. If a collection is listed instead, the number of pages it contains is displayed.
#. The users or groups of people who have access to a page or collection are displayed.
.. note::
Though all pages, collections and groups are linked, you may not have direct access to them if you are not on the access list or a member of the group yourself.
.. index::
single: User reports; Masquerading sessions
single: Masquerading; Report
Masquerading sessions
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When the site administrator :ref:`turned on the logging of masquerading sessions <logging_settings>`, they are reported here in the user reports.
.. figure:: /images/administration/masquerading_report.*
:alt: Report on the masquerading sessions
Report on the masquerading sessions
#. On the :ref:`User search <user_search>` page, select the users for whom you wish to see reports and click the *Get reports* button.
#. Choose *Masquerading sessions*.
#. The users who have been masqueraded are listed.
#. If the site administrator :ref:`required a reason <masquerading_reason_setting>` to be provided for the masquerading, it is displayed here.
#. The masquerading administrator is listed.
#. The start time of the masquerading session is displayed.
.. index::
pair: Administration; User account settings
......@@ -871,12 +795,12 @@ You can change the authentication method for multiple users at once to save you
#. Click the *Search* button to start your search.
#. Change the *Results per page* if you wish to see more than 10 users per page.
#. Select the users whose authentication method and remote username you want to change by either putting a check mark in the checkboxes or clicking on *All* to select all users on that page.
#. Click the *Get reports* button to proceed to the next step. You are taken to the *User reports* page.
#. Click the *Get reports* button to proceed to the next step. You are taken to the *User details report* page.
.. figure:: /images/administration/user_reports_remoteusername.*
:alt: User reports page
.. figure:: /images/administration/csv_download_users.*
:alt: User details reports page
User reports page
User details reports page
.. figure:: /images/administration/csv.*
:alt: Update the CSV file
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Update user accounts in bulk
#. Click the *Export users in CSV format* button so that you get a CSV file which contains all necessary information for you to change the users' remote username in bulk. This is necessary if their internal Mahara username is not the same as the one they use to authenticate on your system that is linked to Mahara or if they already have a remote username that would be incorrect for your institution.
#. Click the *Download* button so that you get a CSV file which contains all necessary information for you to change the users' remote username in bulk. This is necessary if their internal Mahara username is not the same as the one they use to authenticate on your system that is linked to Mahara or if they already have a remote username that would be incorrect for your institution.
.. note::
You do not need to see the column "Remote username" for the data to be in the CSV download. If you wish to see it on screen, click the *Configure report* button and select the "Remote username" column.
#. Open the CSV file in your preferred spreadsheet software. In the column *remoteuser*, add or change the username that your users have when authenticating in your regular system that you have connected to Mahara. You may also change other fields, e.g. their name, email address etc. If you want to add a new user directly in this CSV file, you can do so as well.
.. note::
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