The Accounts > Users page in the Workspace ONE Access console shows the users that are enabled to sign into Workspace ONE. Open a user page to see the user profile, applications assigned to them, their recent activities in Workspace ONE Access, and a list of devices registered for two-factor authentication.

To see detailed user information, select a user name. The user profile page displays.

Figure 1. User Profile Page in Workspace ONE Access Console
User Profile Page
Overview The Overview page is the user profile page that displays the personal data associated with the user. Groups that the user is a member of are also displayed.

Users imported from your enterprise directory can include the principal name, distinguished name, and external ID data. You cannot edit user data that sync from your external directory. The default role assigned to users imported from your directory is User. To change the assigned role, you can edit the role from the user profile page.

You add local users in the Accounts > User page. When you add a local user, you can assign an admin role to the user. You can edit the role to change and remove roles that are assigned. In the profile section for local users, you can toggle the Status from Enabled to Disabled to prevent users from signing in and accessing their user portal and entitled resources rather than deleting them.

You can click DELETE to delete the user.

Applications The applications that the user is entitled to use are listed.

You can assign and unassign applications for the user from the Applications page and change how the application is deployed. The deployment options are User Activated or Automatic.

Two-Factor Authentication The user's devices that are configured to authenticate with two-factor authentication are listed.

The FIDO2 authenticator information is configured on this page. Users can register up to ten authenticators. See Configuring FIDO2 Authentication in Workspace ONE Access.

Activities Displays activity details for users. The default view is to list the last three days of activity.