Adding external members to places
You can use the qptool addmember
command to add a name from a user directory as a member of a place or places. When you use qptool addmember
rather than the user interface, you can add a member to multiple places at once.
Adding local members to places
Add a local member when you want to grant access to an individual who is not currenlty registered on an existing local database, or when you want a member of a group to have access to one or more rooms, without granting access to all the rooms of a place.
Changing member names in places
Use the qptool changemember
command to change the name of a local user member, external user member, or external group member in specified places. For example, if you have changed the name of an external user in the user directory, use qptool changemember
to make the change in the places to which the user belongs.
Renaming of users and groups
Use the qptool changemember command to rename users and groups from one value into another and to perform batch renames of large numbers of users and groups. The name values are generally entered as command line arguments.
Changing the hierarchy of member names in places
You can use the qptool changehierarchy
command to change the hierarchy of external user and group member names in places. For example, if your company name changes, and as a result you change the name hierarchy in the user directory, use qptool changehierarchy
to change the names in places.
Updating external member information in places
When information about an external member, such as an e-mail address, changes in the user directory, use the qptool updatemember
command to update the information in places.
Removing members from places
Use the qptool removemember
command to remove local or external members from places.
Changing local member passwords
Use the qptool password
command to change passwords for local members.
Managing expanded membership
Use the qptool membershipmodel
to enable expanded membership in places, to recreate expanded membership groups if you change the LDAP directory or base distinguished name used for them, or to resolve problems with expanded membership groups.