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Creating login access rules

A login access pass allows an identified or anonymous user to access the hub for a maximum of 60 continuous minutes per 28-day period. If the user exceeds the 60-minute time limitation, the user connection does not time out. Instead, another login access pass is used. If no more login access passes are available, the session is discontinued.

When you create a new login access rule, you set the following:

  • The number of tokens that you want to allocate, providing for a number of login access passes.

  • The license rule specifying which users the login access rule is available for.

Do the following:

  1. Open the QMC: https://<QPS server name>/qmc

  2. Select License management on the QMC start page or from the StartArrow down drop-down menu to display the overview.

  3. Select Login access rules in the panel to the right.

  4. Click Create new Create new in the action bar.

  5. Edit the properties.


    The Name is the name of the login access group.


    Allocated tokens represents the number of tokens that the login access group can use.

  6. Click Apply to save your changes. If a mandatory field is empty, Apply is disabled.

    Information noteThe Create license rule dialog opens, see Creating a license rule.

If the number of available tokens is not enough, an error dialog is displayed. Reduce the Number of tokens and click Apply again.

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