UNIX window

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You can use the UNIX window to maintain a list of local UNIX users and groups for each storage virtual machine (SVM). You can use local UNIX users and groups for authentication and name mappings.

Groups tab

You can use the Groups tab to add, edit, or delete UNIX groups that are local to an SVM.

Command buttons

  • Add Group

    Opens the Add Group dialog box, which enables you to create UNIX groups that are local to SVMs. Local UNIX groups are used with local UNIX users.

  • Edit

    Opens the Edit Group dialog box, which enables you to edit a group ID.

  • Delete

    Deletes the selected group.

  • Refresh

    Updates the information in the window.

Groups list

  • Group Name

    Displays the name of the group.

  • Group ID

    Displays the ID of the group.

Users tab

You can use the Users tab to add, edit, and delete UNIX users that are local to SVMs.

Command buttons

  • Add User

    Opens the Add User dialog box, which enables you to create UNIX users that are local to SVMs.

  • Edit

    Opens the Edit User dialog box, which enables you to edit the User ID, UNIX group to which the user belongs, and the full name of the user.

  • Delete

    Deletes the selected user.

  • Refresh

    Updates the information in the window.

Users list

  • User Name

    Displays the name of the user.

  • User ID

    Displays the ID of the user.

  • Full Name

    Displays the full name of the user.

  • Primary Group ID

    Displays the ID of the group to which the user belongs.

  • Primary Group Name

    Displays the name of the group to which the user belongs.