ForgeRock Identity Platform
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Administrator and user accounts in AM

This book provides information on administrator and user accounts in AM including changing passwords, what privileges are available, account lockout and known issues (with solutions).

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Table of Contents

  • 1 Administrator Passwords
    • 1.1 How do I change the dsameuser password in AM 5.x or 6.x?
    • 1.2 How do I change the password for the configuration store in AM (All versions)?
  • 2 Administrator Privileges
    • 2.1 How do I understand what privileges apply to amAdmin and delegated administrators in AM (All versions)?
    • 2.2 How do I add privileges to identity groups in AM (All versions)?
  • 3 Account Lockout
    • 3.1 How do I enable account lockout in AM (All versions)?
    • 3.2 How do I lock a user's account if they do not authenticate to AM (All versions) within a specific period of time?
    • 3.3 How do I unlock a user's account using the REST API in AM (All versions)?
  • 4 How do I make individual user profile attributes read-only in AM (All versions)?
  • 5 User Passwords
    • 5.1 How do I change the data store minimum password length in AM (All versions)?
    • 5.2 How do I assign password policies to a user when creating the user via the REST API in AM (All versions)?
    • 5.3 How do I change a user's password using the REST API in AM (All versions)?
  • 6 Frequently Asked Questions
    • 6.1 FAQ: Users in AM
    • 6.2 How do I count the number of users in my ForgeRock deployment?
  • 7 Known Issues
    • 7.1 Login to AM console (All versions) fails for amAdmin user
    • 7.2 Account lockout fails when an authentication chain contains a custom module in AM (All versions)
    • 7.3 Dynamic user profile creation fails with The password value for attribute userPassword was found to be unacceptable error in AM (All versions)
    • 7.4 Login to AM (All versions) fails with valid username/password after enabling Secure cookies
    • 7.5 Subsequent attempts to use ssoadm fail in AM 5.x and 6.x
    • 7.6 Minimum password length is 8 error in AM (All versions) when updating identities using the REST API