Viewing the list of users

17 May 2024

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The Users section of Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud Management Console displays users and groups of users that have been added to the Management Console.

The list contains columns with the following details of users and their devices:

  • Status. An icon reflects the protection status of the user's devices (computers and/or mobile devices that have been connected to Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud), in descending order of severity:
    • A red exclamation mark in a red square (Critical). A critical event occurred on at least one user's device.
    • A yellow exclamation mark in a yellow triangle (Warning). An important event that must be attended to occurred on at least one user's device.
    • A green check mark in a green circle (OK). No critical or important events occurred on user's devices.
    • A blue question mark in a blue circle (No data yet). The user owns no devices that have been connected to Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud or no data can be retrieved concerning the events that have occurred on such devices.

    If the user owns several devices with different statuses, the most severe status is displayed. For example, if an important event and a critical event occur on different devices, the status corresponding to the critical one will be displayed.

  • User / Group. This contains the user name and email address (for stand-alone users), or the group name and the number of users in the group (for groups of users). You can click the link with the name to go to the page with detailed information about the user or group of users.
  • Number of devices. This contains the number of devices that are owned by the user or group of users and are connected to Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud.
  • Comment. This contains the comment that you typed when editing the user information or adding the group of users.
  • Access rights. This contains the access rights that have been granted to the user. The Admin tag means that the user has been granted administrator rights. If the user has not been granted administrator rights, this column remains blank for this user.
  • Security profile. This contains the security profile that has been assigned to the user account or group of users. If necessary, you can assign a different security profile by selecting one in the drop-down list. The security profile that you assigned is immediately applied to the user's devices.

You can filter the list of user accounts by status of the user's devices.

To filter the list of user accounts,

Next to Show users, click the link with the required status.

To remove the filter,

Click the All link.

You can sort the list of user accounts by column: Status, User / Group, Number of devices, Comment, or Access rights.

To sort the list,

Click the link containing the column name.

The column name is displayed in uppercase characters. Next to the name of the column, an up arrow (˄) indicates the sorting direction. To change the sorting direction, click one more time. Next to the name of the column, a down arrow (˅) appears.

The Search entry field is located above the list. You can use this field to quickly find and switch to an object in a long list.

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