EIM User Interface

Elastic Identity Management (EIM) mainly uses the following pages on Cockpit, enabling you to create and manage your resources and displaying information about them.

You can also get information about your resources using AWS CLI. For more information, see Getting Information About a User, Listing Users, Getting Information About Your Groups, Getting Information About a Managed Policy, and Listing Managed Policies.

Users Page

scr Cockpit Tab Users

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The name of the user.

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The unique ID of the user.

scrNbRed 3

The OUTSCALE Resource Name (ORN) of the user. For more information, see Resource Identifiers.

scrNbRed 4

The creation date of the user.

scrNbRed 5

The access keys associated with the user. For more information, see Managing Access Keys for EIM Users.

scrNbRed 6

The state of the access keys (Active or Inactive). For more information, see About EIM Users.

scrNbRed 7

The creation date of the access keys.

Groups Page

scr Cockpit Tab Groups

scrNbRed 1

The name of the group.

scrNbRed 2

The unique ID of the group.

scrNbRed 3

The OUTSCALE Resource Name (ORN) of the group. For more information, see Resource Identifiers.

scrNbRed 4

The creation date of the group.

Policies Page

scr Cockpit Tab Policies

scrNbRed 1

The name of the managed policy.

scrNbRed 2

The unique ID of the managed policy.

scrNbRed 3

The number of EIM identities (users and groups) that the managed policy is attached to.

scrNbRed 4

The version of the managed policy. For more information, see Editing Managed Policies Using Policy Versions.

scrNbRed 5

The latest modification date of the managed policy.

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