In SPORIFY, the administrator can set a user lockout policy. The user lockout settings options are:
Enable/disable user account locking on failed login attempts
Set maximum number of failed login attempt count before locking the account
Set account locking duration
Set whether an account is locked out until an administrator unlocks it
Login to SPORIFY.
Click Administration on the navigation menu.
Select the Security tab.
Beneath the User Lock Out heading, the following checkboxes and textboxes are presented:
Enable user account locking on failed login attempts
If enabled, user accounts will be locked on failed login attempts.
If disabled, user accounts will not be locked on failed login attempts.
Maximum number of failed login attempt count before locking the account
Insert the desired number into the input field.
Account locking duration (as seconds)
Account is locked out until an administrator unlocks it
If enabled, accounts will remain locked out until an administrator unlocks them.
If disabled, accounts will not remain locked out until an administrator unlocks them.
Click Save All to save account lockout preferences.
To succeed, the administrator must be able to set user lockout preferences in SPORIFY.
Verify that user lockout preferences can be managed in the Security tab of SPORIFY Administration Settings.
Verify that the administrator can manage these settings as outlined above.
Purpose of these GUI elements.
The purpose of these GUI elements is to allow the administrator to set user lockout setting preferences in SPORIFY.
User Lock Out
Mockup of GUI Element
If true, the account is locked after failed login attempts. If false, the account is not locked after failed login attempts.
When ‘Enable user account locking on failed login attempts’ is true
Numeric text field
Input desired number of attempts before locking.
Input desired number of seconds for which the account is locked after a failed login attempt.
Account is locked out until administrator unlocks it
If true, the administrator is responsible for account unlocking. If false, the account is unlocked after “X” seconds.
When the user has administrative permissions
Expandable menu item
Clicking Administration reveals all available Administration sub-menu items
When the administrator has the relevant permission
Navigates to the Settings screen
When the administrator has the relevant permissions
Navigates to Security
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