User 'hubert.tonneau'

User ID: hubert.tonneau The string the user uses to authenticate in the computer.
An example is helene.tonneau
Name:
The human readable name of the user.
An example is Hélène Tonneau
Email:
You may leave it blank if you prefer.
Home page:
You may leave it blank if you prefer.
Contact:
Other ways to contact this user (phone, fax, postal address, ...)
Password:
In the users database, only the MD5 digest of the password is stored.
Public key:

The current key is 1023 bits wild.
Unix user ID:
Computer:
If you specify a Unix user ID and computer, then installed the specifyed computer with FullPliant, then a Unix user will be created.

Description:

The following table enables you to grant rights to the user:

Line ID Authentification mechanism Client IP Server names Granted right
Must be unique, but does not have any meaning. The right will be granted only if the connection mecanism/protocol used by the user is at least as secured as the one specifyed here. If not empty, the right will be granted only if the user is connecting from within the specifyed IP areas.
extra details
If not empty, the right will be granted only if connecting to one of the listed servers.
extra details
This is the name of the right you are granting to the user. It must match the name specifyed in the 'Read' column of the web sites areas configuration.
See security section in the HTTP server documentation for predifined rights meanings.
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Line ID:
The following table enables you to assign maiboxes to this user so that he can use these from Pliant web site:

Line ID Mailbox
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Line ID:

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