Enable federated repositories
- In the left panel of the WebSphere web console, expand Security and select Global Security.
- Near the bottom of the page, if Current realm definition is not Federated repositories, select Security Configuration Wizard.
- At Step 1, select Enable application security and select Next.
- At Step 2, select Federated repositories and click Next.
- At Step 3, enter a username and password for the primary administrative user and select Next.
- At Step 4, select Finish.
- Select Save.
- Restart the Application Server, and then log in to the web console as the primary administrative user.
Primary Administrative user
After setting up federated repositories, at Users and Groups > Administrative user roles, the primary administrative user you created will be listed.
Likewise, at Users and Groups > Manage Users, the primary user you created will be listed.
The password can be reset by selecting the username and then entering a new password.
A group can be added at Users and Groups > Manage Groups > Create. In this example, a group named Administrators is created.
A user can be added at Users and Groups > Manage Users > Create. In this example, a user named jeremy.canfield is created.
Users can be added either during or after the user account has been created. Selecting Group Membership allows you to join the user to a group. In this example, Jeremy Canfield is added to the Administrators group.
A user can be assigned to a certain role. Select Users and Groups > Administrative user roles > Add. Locate the user that you want to assign a role to, select the role, and select OK. In this example, Jeremy Canfield is assigned to the Administrator role. This article describes the differences between roles.