Login access rules

One token equals a predefined amount of login access passes. The login access allows a user to access streams and apps for a predefined amount of time. This means that a single user may use several login access passes within a day. You create security rules specifying which users the login access is available for.

When you delete a login access (group), tokens are released immediately if the login access contains enough unused login access passes. The number of tokens that are released is dependent on the number of used login access passes. Used login access passes are not released until 28 days after last use. For example: If you allocated tokens giving 1000 login access passes to a group, they cannot use more than 1000 login access passes over 28 days. Also, if 100 login access passes are consumed on day 1, the 100 are available again on day 29. If no access passes are in use then all tokens assigned to the login access instance will be released when it is deleted.

Note: App reloads will extend the session and consume access passes also when the app is not actively used. If a browser page is open with an app, app reloads will result in additional access pass consumption.

The Login access rules overview lists all login access rules. The following table presents the available fields and buttons. By default, only some of the fields are displayed. You can use the column selector (') to add fields.

Name The name of the login access group.

Allocated tokens

The number of tokens that are allocated to the login access group, providing a number of access passes.
Used login access passes The number of access passes that have been used, when users from the group have logged in to the hub.
Remaining login access passes

The number of access passes that are available for users in the group, for logins to the hub.

ID The ID of the login access group.
Created The date and time when the login access group was created.
Last modified The date and time when the login access group was last modified.
Modified by By whom the login access group was modified.
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Sort the list ascending or descending. Some columns do not support sorting.

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Type a string to filter on, or, when available, select a predefined value. All rows that match your filter criteria are displayed. You can filter on multiple columns simultaneously to narrow your search. If a filter is applied to a column, . is displayed.

To remove your criteria, click Actions in the table header bar and select Clear filters and search.

You can combine filtering with searching.

Searching and filtering in the QMC

Actions

Options for clearing filter and search, selecting and deselecting all rows, and toggling wrapping.

Note: The option Select all rows is applied to the rows that are currently displayed. Any rows that have been filtered out before selecting all rows are disregarded, even if they were selected. The option Deselect all rows is applied to all rows, including those that were filtered out.
' Column selector: Select which columns to display in the overview. Click B to reset to the default columns.
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Search – both basic and more advanced searches.

Searching and filtering in the QMC

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Refresh the page.

Edit Edit the selected login access group.
Delete Delete the selected login access groups.
P Create new Create a new login access group.
Show more The overview shows a set number of items, by default. To show more items, scroll to the end of the list and click Show more. Searching, sorting, and filtering of items is always done on the full database list of items, not only the items that are displayed.

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