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Changing Default Administrator Password

Changing the default administrator credentials is necessary to secure your system from unauthorized access.

To change default administrator account:

  1. Login as existing administrator (admin/admin01)
  2. Go to   Settings > Control Panel > Users
  3. Select administrator account and click Edit
  4. Change the password
  5. Add email and other user information
  6. Click Save.

You can also add more admin accounts and delete the default one. To see more details about managing your account, see My Account. To learn more about managing users, go to User Settings.

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Tip

Adding email to an admin account will ensure that the admin gets critical system messages such as license messages, low disk space etc.

Creating Users

To enable multiple users to access NetVizura, you need to create user accounts.

To add a new user:

  1. Click +Add
  2. Insert user's Login and Contact Information into appropriate fields.

    (info) First name, Last name, Username and Password are mandatory fields.

  3. Choose the Permissions from the drop-down lists
  4. Click Save.

For more details on managing users, go to User Settings page.





Adding email to an account will allow the user to be added as a recipient of email alarms in NetVizura modules.

Setting SNMP Policies

After configuring your devices and installing NetVizura you should:

  1. Add SNMP policies for accessing your devices. 
    This allows getting useful information from your devices like its name and its interface names. For more information on policies and how to add them, go to article SNMP Policy Settings.
  2. Add policies to your network devices and check if policies are working. 
    For more information on devices and policy testing, go to article Device Settings.


Enabling Email Notifications

Set NetVizura email account to get notifications like system alarms, license info and module alarms. 
This will allow you to get notifications like system alarms, license info and module alarms. For more information, go to article E-Mail Settings.