As an administrator, you can add a local user account for any user who needs to log into ATP Manager. When you add a local user account, you specify the user's login credentials, email address, and role. The user's role determines which pages the user can access and which functions the user can perform.
If you use Microsoft Active Directory (AD) to manage your organization's users, you can add an AD domain and AD groups in ATP Manager. Users from these groups use their AD credentials to log into ATP Manager. The group's role determines which pages its users can access and which functions they can perform.
You can also specify whether the user should receive an email notification when an incident occurs. This notification includes information about the incident, and may be helpful for incident responders who need to react to potential threats. It also includes an attached report that contains additional information about the incident, such as related incidents.
After you add a local user account, an email is sent to the user with the login credentials that you specified. When the user logs into ATP Manager for the first time, the user is required to change the password.
You cannot delete a local user account after you add it. You can disable a user account, which prevents that user from logging into ATP Manager.