The Users page in the admin console shows information about each user, including the user ID, domain, groups the users is a member of, the VMware Verify phone number, and whether the user is enabled in VMware Identity Manager.
Select a user name to see detailed user information. Details to be reviewed include the user profile, group affiliations, devices that have been enabled through VMware Verify, and user entitlements.
The user profile page displays the personal data associated with the user and the assigned role, either User or Admin. User information that syncs from an external directory can also include the principal name, distinguished name, and external ID data. A local user's profile page displays the available user attributes for users in the local user's directory.
The data in the user profile page for users that sync from your external directory cannot be edited. You can change the role of the user.
On the local user profile pages, you can edit the attribute information, disable the user so they cannot sign in, and delete the user.
A list of the groups to which the user belongs is displayed in the Groups page. You can click a group's name to display the details page for that group.
Registered with VMware Verify
The VMware Verify page displays the phone number the user registered with VMware Verify and the registered devices. You can also see when the account was last used.
You can remove the user phone number. When you reset VMware Verify, users must reenter their phone number to enroll in Verify again. See Remove Registered Phone Number from User Profile.
You click Add Entitlement to entitle a user to resources that are available in your catalog. You then set how the application is added to their Workspace ONE portal. Select the deployment to be Automatic to have the application displayed automatically in the Workspace ONE portal. Select User-Activated to have the user activate the app before the application is added to the Workspace ONE portal from the catalog collection.
For resource types that have an X button, you can click the X to remove the user's access to resource.