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Defining Web Policies > End Users tab
End Users tab
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The End Users tab is where all end-user registration configuration is performed. Registration is the method of getting user credentials into your cloud service account.
There are currently 3 methods of registering end users:
For (2) and (3) above, you must enter the email domains where the users' email addresses reside into the account or policy. See Configure Domain settings for further information. For (1), users do not need an email address within your configured domains.
If you have chosen to use the identity management feature to synchronize your user and group data with the cloud as described in Working with External Directories, you do not need to register end users at all. You can synchronize your organization's users with the cloud service instead. When you synchronize, users are automatically registered with the cloud-based service. (They only need to self-register when they travel.)
Directory synchronization can include NTLM IDs. You can then enable NTLM identification on the Access Control tab. This allows your users to use the service immediately after synchronization, without their having to perform any self-registration actions or manual logon. If you enable NTLM identification but for some reason do not synchronize NTLM IDs from your directory, your users are required to complete the self-registration process, and then perform a second registration operation to associate their NTLM ID with their user account on the service. (See NTLM transparent identification for more information.)
If you don't want to use NTLM identification, you can configure the service to send invitations to all newly synchronized users. They can then complete self-registration process and log on using email address (or name) and password.
Through the Directory Synchronization feature (not supported by SCIM), you have the option to notify new users that they are protected by the cloud-based service when they surf the web.
If System for Cross-domain Identity Management (SCIM) has been configured for identity management users can use the service immediately after synchronizing user information with your identity provider, without first having to perform self-registration. Note, however, that it can take a number of minutes before all new information is propagated to policies

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