The following list explains the different options or attributes you can set for users:
Specify the days and times at which specific services can be accessed.
Specify whether the account you are working with is a normal user account or a role.
Specify the audit preselection flags of the user.
Specify whether the user must provide an explanation if they are assuming a role or using an authenticated rights profile
Assign authorizations to user accounts from a list of available options. The names of granted authorizations are listed under the Assigned Groups list
Assign a primary group and secondary group to user accounts. Available choices in the Group list depends on your system's configuration. When you specify -S files, the list of groups that is displayed is the local list. Otherwise, the list of groups is a combination of local and LDAP groups
(Optional) If you do not provide any information, the system automatically assigns a default home directory
Specify the timeout for a user account in case the user is inactive for a certain amount of time. You can also specify the action to be taken at timeout
Assign a minimum label and clearances to each user account to restrict their access to confidential process information
Specify the PAM policy for the user. For more information, see the pam_user_policy(7) man page
Specify default privileges that are assigned to the user's initial login shell
Assign the rights profile to a user from a list of available profiles. You can also specify if they need re authentication when used
Displays a list of available projects that can be assigned as the user's default
Assign a role to a user from a list of available choices
Assign the user's login shell
Specify whether the user can remotely access the Trusted Path to manage the RAD services running in immutable zones