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CA Privileged Access Manager - 3.2
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Last update April 5, 2018

The first time that you log in, you are prompted to add or edit your name and email, and to change your password. To update the information in the User Information window later, select your name in the upper right of the page. 

Note: Mobile users, see Update Mobile User Password.

Basic Info Tab

  • User Name cannot be edited. 
  • First Name, Last Name, and Email are required.
  • Use Old Password, New Password, and Confirm Password to change your password.
  • Phone and Cell Phone are optional.
  • You can add a Mainframe Display Name or an RDP User Name.
  • You can change the Keyboard Layout language. The default Auto setting uses your computer setting when the client OS is Windows.

    Note: To use a different language for the virtual RDP keyboard, select that language from the list. Do not use "Auto."

    For any OS, the Keyboard Layout setting can be set to one of the following specific-language options:

    • DA – Danish
    • DA-DK – Danish (Denmark)
    • DE – German
    • EN-GB – English (UK)
    • EN-US – English (US)
    • ES – Spanish
    • FI – Finnish
    • FR – French
    • FR-BE – French (Belgium)
    • FR-CA – French (Canadian)
    • FR-CH – French (Switzerland)
    • HU – Hungarian
    • IT – Italian
    • IW-IL – Hebrew
    • JA-JP – Japanese (Japan)
    • NO – Norwegian
    • PL – Polish
    • PT-BR – Portuguese (Brazil)
    • RU – Russian
    • SV – Swedish (International)
    • SV-SE – Swedish (Sweden)

Administration Tab

The Administration tab has a checkbox to trigger an email to the user upon each login, and a choice of another user to email.

Terminal Customization Tab

SSH and Telnet CLI settings

The Terminal Customization tab enables you to configure SSH and Telnet CLI settings. You can change font, color, character encoding, terminal dimensions, buffer, and scroll position. 

RDP Terminal Settings

The default RDP Resolution can be selected from a drop-down list, ranging from 800 x 600 to Full Screen.


A user can override the default date and time display preferences on the Preferences tab.

  • Select a Date Format, such as MM/DD/YYYY.
  • Select a Time Format, such as 12 or 24 Hour.
  • Select a Time Zone Region, then a Time Zone.

The Server Time is always displayed in UTC. If the user saves any changes, they are reflected in User's Current Time. Modifications do not take effect until the next login session.

Enable Charts

Select this checkbox to enable graphical charts in the Credential Manager Activities reports.

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