AT&T Fleet Management for Enterprise/Government

AT&T Fleet Management for Enterprise (AFMFE) delivers real results with GPS tracking information to enable fleets to be more efficient, profitable and customer focused. Vehicle tracking, optional vehicle engine and performance data, and extensive reporting assist in optimizing business operations.

Back to product page

Edit the User Account Policy

  1. From the main menu, click on Administration in the column to the left.

    Image of step 1.

  2. Click on System… and then on System Settings.

    Image of step 2.

  3. Click the User Account Policy tab.

    Image of step 3.
    Note: When an option is enabled, additional fields and settings display to allow you to customize the user experience.

  4. Click on the field to the right of “Minimum password length:” and enter the desired number minimum characters required for a user’s password.
  5. Click on the On or Off button to the right of “Require an upper-case letter, A-Z:” to either require capital letters or disable the requirement.
  6. Click on the On or Off button to the right of “Require lower-case letter, a-z:” to either require lower case letters or disable the requirement.
  7. Click on the On or Off button to the right of “Require a number, 0-9:” to either require numbers or to disable the requirement.
  8. Click on the On or Off button to the right of “Require symbol, like & or @:” to require special characters or to disable the requirement.
  9. Click on the On or Off button to the right of “Require the password is not a part of username:” to either allow or deny the user’s password to include their username.

    Image of steps 4 through 9.

  10. Click on the On or Off button to the right of “Enable password expiry timer” to require users to change their password at set intervals.
  11. Click on the On or Off button to the right of “Allow password reuse” to require users to use different passwords when it expires.
  12. Click on the On or Off button to the right of “Enable user lockout:” to enable or disable locking the user’s account if they enter their password incorrectly too many times.
    Note: When enabled, fields populate so that you can choose the desired settings.

    Image of steps 10 through 12.

  13. Click on the On or Off button to the right of “Allow basic authentication login” to enable or disable basic authentication.
  14. Click on the On or Off button to the right of “Allow SAML login” to enable or disable the ability to log in with SAML.
  15. Scroll to the top of the page.

    Image of steps 13 through 15.

  16. Click the Save button near the top of the page.

    Image of step 16.