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This article describes the steps that have to be done with the Shared credentials package in Smart ID before you can start to use the system. The shared credentials package is used if you use the Users package together with any of the packages CardsCards add-on Temporary card, Mobile ID or Virtual smart card.

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Prerequisites

  1. Upload the Users package in Identity Manager Admin, see Users - Start-up guide.

Step-by-step instruction for the administrator

  1. Log in to Identity Manager Admin as administrator. Default login credentials are username: admin, password: admin.

    It is recommended to change the password for the administrator user.

To upload the SharedCredentials.zip package in the Identity Manager Admin:

  1. In Identity Manager Admin, select the Configuration file tab.
  2. Click Upload configuration
  3. Click Select file and add the path to the SharedCredentials.zip file.
  4. Click Upload.

You need to change processes for these use cases:

  • Deactivate user
  • Reactivate user
  • Lock user

Deactivate user

  1. In Identity Manager Admin, go to Home > Process Import,
  2. Select and edit Deactivate user.
  3. From the Task List, select the task Deactivate related credentials.
  4. In the Attributes list:
    1. Select data pool Batch order.
    2. Select Sub-process set credential status.
  5. From the Task List, select the task Load related credentials.
  6. In the Attributes list:
    1. Select data pool Credentials.
    2. Select Sub-process load credential(s).
  7. Click Save.

Reactivate user

Do the same steps:

  1. In Home > Process Import, select and edit Reactivate user.
  2. Select Reactivate related credentials
    1. Select data pool Batch order
    2. Select Sub-process set credential status.
  3. Select Load related credentials
    1. Select data pool Credentials
    2. Select Sub-process load credential(s).
  4. Click Save.

Lock user

Do the same steps:

  1. In Home > Process Import, select and edit Lock user.
  2. Select Lock related credentials
    1. Select data pool Batch order
    2. Select Sub-process set credential status.
  3. Select Load related credentials
    1. Select data pool Credentials
    2. Select Sub-process load credential(s).
  4. Click Save.