This panel is used to list and manage all users of Ramses.
The list on the left lists all the users, and you can use the Search field to filter them by name or ID.
When changing the size of the rows in the list, more details about each user can be displayed. The folder button on the top right corner for each user in the list opens the user folder in your file explorer.
Use the button to create a new user. The button removes the selected users from Ramses1.
You can use the
[Shift + A] shortcut key to quickly add new users.
You can use the
[Shift + X] shortcut key to quickly remove selected users.
You can scroll all lists using
[Middle click] as well as the
The Ramses Daemon can’t be removed: it is a default user needed by Ramses automations, but you can rename it if you wish.
The default Administrator user should be renamed and its password changed as soon as Ramses has been installed!
With the default installation of Ramses, there’s also an additionnal user: Nicolas “Duduf” Dufresne, who’s the main developper of Ramses. This user is just a quick reminder that Ramses is free and that Duduf and RxLab really need your support. You can safely keep or remove it. Just. Donate. First. Please! Ramses relies only on your donations to exist.
Except for the password, there’s no need to validate any change; changes are saved instantly.
- Name is the user’s display name and can be changed any time (although it’s not really advisable).
- ID is the unique identifier which is used in the files and folders (see Ramses Tree). It can’t be changed after the user folder has been created. Read the Ramses naming conventions to learn how IDs and names have to be formatted.
- Comment can be any text associated to the user. It is public.
- The Current role can never be changed by the user itself, and has to be changed by an administrator (read this for more information about roles).
- To update your own password, input your Current password and repeat your New password twice. Don’t forget to click the Change password button to validate!
- You can change any other user password, just set the New password twice and ignore the Current password field. Don’t forget to click the Change password button to validate!
- You can change the folder where the user files are stored.
- Leave the field empty to set back the default folder inside the Ramses Tree.
- The red button moves the user’s folder to a
- The blue button opens a folder selector to change the folder location.
- The green button opens the folder in your file explorer.
Passwords are stored encrypted in the Ramses Server and there’s no way to retrieve them in case a user forgets it. In this case, an administrator has to set a new password for the user.
You cannot change your own role.
To change a user ID, you need to remove its folder.
The data is not actually deleted from the server nor the local data, but just flagged as removed. A server administrator can still restore the data at any time, but there is no way (yet) to do that from the user interface of the application. ↩