Viewing, deactivating, and reactivating users

As an Enterprise admin, you can view active and inactive users, deactivate users who no longer need access to your npm Enterprise instance (such as users who have left your company), and reactivate inactive users.

Viewing users

As an npm Enterprise admin, you can see a list of all the current users of your instance, including non-admin end users and other instance admins.

  1. Log in to your Enterprise instance.
  2. In the upper right corner of the page, click your profile picture, then click Site Administration. drop-down with site administration choice
  3. To view a complete list of users, click the “Manage users” tab. admin panel manage users button

Deactivating users

As an npm Enterprise admin, you can deactivate users who no longer need access to your npm Enterprise instance – for example, users who have left the company or whose responsibilities have changed.

Deactivating a user will invalidate their login tokens, but will not delete Orgs or packages they owned. A deactivated user will remain visible in the “Manage users” panel and can be reactivated by an admin user.

  1. Log in to your Enterprise instance.
  2. In the upper right corner of the page, click your profile picture, then click Site Administration. drop-down with site administration choice
  3. Locate the user name of the user you want to deactivate, then next to their name, click “deactivate”. deactivate user button

Reactivating inactive users

Note: When you reactivate a user, they will need to re-enable two-factor authentication on their npm Enterprise instance account.

As an npm Enterprise admin, you can reactivate an inactive user of your instance to allow them to log in again.

  1. Log in to your Enterprise instance.
  2. In the upper right corner of the page, click your profile picture, then click Site Administration. drop-down with site administration choice
  3. Locate the user name of the user you want to reactivate, then next to their name, click “activate”. activate user button

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