When deployed to use Postgres authentication on an Amazon host, the User Administration tab will display the User Administration table. You can use the User Administration table to register new users for the Ark console, edit user properties, or delete a user account (see Figure 4.40). Please note that you still must use a client application to connect to the Ark console and add the user to the postgres database before the user is allowed to connect.Columns within the User Administration table provide information about the current AWS console users:
• The user's login name is displayed in the ID column.
• The user's first name is displayed in the FIRST NAME column.
• The user's last name is displayed in the LAST NAME column.
• If the user has administrative access to the console, the ADMIN column displays a blue check mark.
• If the user account is currently active (the user can log in), the ENABLED column displays a blue check mark.
• The number of cluster snapshots owned by the user is displayed in the SNAPSHOTS column.
• The date and time of the last login is displayed in the LAST LOGIN column. The time zone displayed is based on the time zone used by the operating system.
• The LOGINS column displays a cumulative total of the number of times that the user has logged in.