Creating an Individual User Policy

Perform the following steps to create a new individual user policy.

  1. Connect to the NES Administrator Console in a browser by typing https://nes_server/NES_service_name or http://nes_server/NES_service_name
    depending on the NES configuration, where:
    • nes_server is the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) of the NES host.
    • NES_service_name is the service mapping name for the NES web application. The default service mapping name is nes.

      For example,

      Note: The service mapping name for NES is defined during deployment. Contact the person who performed the deployment to obtain the NES service mapping name value. Record the URL of ph conkeyref="prod_names/nes"/> in Appendix—Record the CWP Variables. You will use this URL to connect to the NES Administrator Console and require it during the CWP Backend deployment.
  2. On the Sign in window, type the credentials of a user that is a member of the NES Administrators group, and then click Sign In.
  3. From the navigation bar, select Policies.
    The Policies page appears with a table that displays a list of existing group and individual policies.
  4. On the Individual User Policies pane, click Create New Individual User Policy.
    The Create New Individual User Policy page appears.
  5. In the Individual User Policy Name field, type a name for the policy.
  6. Select the required policy options.
  7. Optionally, in the Notes field, provide some descriptive text.
    The following figure provides an example of a new individual user policy with both the Allow a user to re-enroll their Nymi Band and Corporate Credentials Authentication options are enabled, and the Liveness Detection, Haptic Feedback on Nymi Bands, and the Allow a user to re-enrol to any active Nymi Band options are disabled.
    Figure 1. Create Individual Policy page
  8. Click Create.
    The new policy appears in the Individual User Policies pane of the Policies page.
After you create the policy, add users to the policy. Adding a User to an Individual Policy provides more information.

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