Users and groups can only be managed by an administrator.
An administrator can add new users using the Registry > Users & Groups page.
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If a new user is able to log into the website (see "Login To Website" below), an invitation email can be sent to the user with login information, by selecting the "Send Invite" check box.
The "Name" field defines the user name as it is used to log into the site and when using the docker login command. The "Password" field defines the password used to log into the site. This password is not used with the docker login command. It uses the user's defined User Token instead.
The "Email Address" should define a valid address for the new user, as this email address is used in case the user needs to recover the password.
A new user can be defined as an administrator using the "Administrator" field. This gives the user full administrator privileges.
"Login To Website" should be selected to allow the new user to log into the website. Some users may only need to be able to push/pull images using the docker command and do not need access to the site, e.g., a user used only by a build system to push the image to the registry. For such a user, "Login To Website" should be deselected. If a user is defined that cannot log into the website, a Docker Token is automatically generated when the new user is added. It can be viewed by an administrator using Display User from the Registry > Users & Groups page.
The "Comments" field can be used to save information about the user. This information is only visible to site administrators.