Enable shell access for non-default users

You can enable shell access for non-default users in Citrix Application Delivery Management (Citrix ADM). You can use this feature to enable and set up communication mode with instances.

Note

By default, shell access is disabled for non-default users.

To enable shell access for non-default users in Citrix ADM:

  1. In Citrix ADM, navigate to System > System Administration.
  2. In System Settings, click Change System Settings.
  3. On the Modify System Settings page, configure the following parameters:
    • Communication with instances - Select the communication protocol.
    • Secure Access - Enable secure access for Citrix ADM.
    • Enable Session Timeout - Specify the time period for which to retain an inactive session.
    • Allow Basic Authentication - Allow Management Service to accept credentials given using Basic Authentication Protocol.
    • Enable nsrecover Login - Enable nsrecover login on Management Service.
    • Enable Certificate Download - Enables you to download certificates from the added Citrix ADC.
    • Enable Shell access for non-nsroot User - Enable shell access for non-default users in Citrix ADM.
    • Prompt user credentials for instance login - Allow users to enter their user credentials while logging on to instances from Citrix ADM.
  4. Click OK.

Enable shell access for non-default users

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