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CloudEC V600R019C00 Security Maintenance (Enterprise On-premises, Only Conference)

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Managing Organizations

Managing Organizations

The SMC2.0 allows you to manage users and conference resources in a hierarchical and role-based manner. You can define membership for users, Multipoint Control Units (MCUs), participants, and recording servers based on their enterprise organizations.

Adding an Organization

After the SMC2.0 is installed, a root node with the default name Root will be created in the organization tree. Organization administrators can manage current- and lower-level organizations.

The operation procedure is as follows:

  1. Choose Settings > User to display the User page.
  2. In the left pane, select a parent organization and click to display the Add Organization window, as shown in Figure 2-4.

    Figure 2-4 Add Organization

  3. Set Organization name.
  4. To collect call detail records (CDRs) for the organization, set Billing code.


    HUAWEI SMC2.0 V500R002C00SPC200 and later versions support external organizations.

    • If you enable TMS synchronization in the SMC2.0 database, the External node check box is displayed on the Add Node page of the SMC2.0 web interface
    • TMS synchronization is disabled by default. To enable TMS synchronization, see the HUAWEI SMC2.0 V500R002C00 Uncommon Function Configuration Guide.
    • If you select External node on the SMC2.0 web interface when adding an organization, the added organization is an external organization. After being synchronized to the USM-EUA, this organization is used for storing information about participants synchornized from other address books to the USM-EUA.
    • When you perform a full synchronization between the SMC2.0 and the USM-EUA, participant information that is synchronized from other address books to the USM-EUA will not be synchronized.

  5. Click Add.

Adding Users to an Organization

There is a many-to-many relationship between users and organizations. One user can belong to multiple organizations, and one organization can have multiple users. A user can be assigned with different user types in different organizations, and an organization can have users of different types.

Adding a Local User to an Organization

You can add the following user types on the SMC2.0: local users, external users, and Internet users.

  1. Log in to the SMC2.0 web interface.
  2. Choose System > User&Node.

    The User&Node page is displayed.

  3. In the left pane, select an organization to which you want to add a user, and click Add Local User.

    The Add Local User dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 2-5.

    Figure 2-5 Adding Local User

  4. Set the parameters described in Table 2-3.

    Table 2-3 Parameters for adding a new user




    User name

    User name used to log in to the SMC2.0.

    Enter a string of characters that starts with a letter and contains only letters, digits, underscores (_), or hyphens (-).


    Password used to log in to the SMC2.0.

    The password must meet the following requirements:

    1. It must be a combination of at least 2 types of the following: upper case letters, lower case letters, digits, and special characters (excluding commas and spaces).
    2. The password must contain at least 8 characters.
    3. The password cannot be the same as or reverse of the user name.

    Confirm password

    Duplicate of the value of Password.

    This parameter value must be the same as that of Password.

    User full name

    User's full name.

    Enter the user's full name.

    Contact number

    User's phone number.

    • Enter the phone number of a user.
    • You can enter multiple phone numbers and separate them with commas (,).


    Email address of the user.


    This email address is used to receive the initial password of the user and conference notification emails.

    For example:


    Name of the organization to which the user is added.


    User type

    Type of the new user. Available user types are Administrator, Conference administrator, Operator, and user-defined types.

    Select a user type.

    Default value: Operator.


    Different types of users have different administration rights. To view the rights of a user, choose System > User Type. Selected rights on the displayed page are rights of the user.

    Time zone

    Time zone of the area where a user is located.

    The default value is the current time zone configured on the SMC2.0 server.

    The SMC2.0 calculates the time displayed to a user after the user logs in based on the SMC2.0 server time zone and configured Time zone.

  5. Click OK.


    If you do not set a new user's email parameters, send the user's initial password to the user and remind the user to change the password promptly.

Adding an External User

Before adding an external user, enable the external user login configuration. For details about how to configure external user login and add external users, see Adding External Users.

Adding Interconnection Users
  1. Log in to the SMC2.0 web interface.
  2. Choose System > User&Node.

    The User&Node page is displayed.

  3. Select the organization to which you want to add interconnection users, click the drop-down arrow next to Add Local User, and select Add Interconnection User from the drop-down list box.

    The Add Interconnection User dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 2-6.

    Figure 2-6 Add Interconnection User dialog box

  4. Enter accounts of interconnection users to be added in the User name text box, or click Select..., select the interconnection users to be added in the interconnection user list, and add the users to the selected user list.


    The interconnection user account is in the account name*user full name format, in which the user full name can be empty.

  5. Click Add.

    A message is displayed, indicating that interconnection users are added successfully.

  6. Click OK.
Account Security

If the number of attempts to log in to the SMC2.0 reaches a predefined number within the predefined time period, the user account will be locked by the system. The system administrator can set user lockout policies to protect the system from malicious attacks.




Login password validity period (day)

Interval for the system to prompt the admin user to change the login password.

  • Value range: 1-365
  • Default value: 90

Enable account lock

Whether to enable the account lock function for SMC2.0 users.

This parameter is selected by default.

In time period (min.)

Thresholds for locking a user account. If the number of attempts to log in to the SMC2.0 reaches a predefined number within the predefined time period, the user account will be locked for the time period specified by this parameter.

  • Value range: 5-1440
  • Default value: 30

If login attempts reach

  • Value range: 1-20
  • Default value: 10

Account will be locked (min.)

Time period to lock a user account.

  • Value range: 1-1440
  • Default value: 5

Automatically log out if no operation is performed in

Maximum online time when a user does not perform any operation.

Default value: 10 minutes

Updated: 2019-08-07

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