Applications the user is authorized to use. This list includes up to 10 apps available to the user. From the Devices table, you can click to view details about each device, including a complete list of apps available to the user for that device type.
Status. A user's status is one of the following:
|Invited||The user was sent an invitation but has not yet activated the account. If the user was invited a while ago, you may want to resend the invitation.|
|Enabled||The user has activated the account.|
The user is disabled by an Administrator. A disabled user cannot log in to the App Catalog. A user can be disabled two ways:
Devices table. This table list each of the devices on which the user has logged in to the App Catalog. The list provides details such as device type, model, and the date of the last interaction (Last Active Date) between the device and Apperian. From this list, you can Enable/Disable a device and remove an association in Apperian between the user and the device. You can also click on a specific device to display more detail in the Device Details page. The Device Details page lists all the apps installed from the App Catalog onto that device, and provides a button to remotely clear application data from apps with the Data Wipe policy applied. For more information on viewing device details, see . For instructions on enabling/disabling a device, see Disable or Enable a Device. For instructions on removing a device, see Disassociate a Device from a User.
Navigate to the row for the user you want to enable/disable. Use the Search field to quickly find a specific user. You can search the First Name, Last Name, Phone, User ID, Email, and Custom Metadata fields. Refer to the table below for search guidelines:
|To search this column...||Enter...|
A case-insensitive string to return a list of users with the specified text string anywhere in their name or phone number. For example, if you type the string
|User ID||A case-insensitive, full user ID or email. You cannot search for a partial string in these fields because the data is encrypted in the database. The search returns exact matches only.|
For example: To search the