Managing Users and User Groups
Creating New User
The Administration | Users page provides the Create user account option.
When creating a user account when several authentication modes enabled on the server, only a username is required.
If only the default authentication is used, the password is required as well. Any new user is automatically added to the All Users group and inherits the roles and permissions defined for this group. If you do not use per-project permissions, you can specify here whether a user should have administrative permissions or not. Otherwise, you can assign roles to this user later.
Editing User Account
To edit/delete a user account, click its name on the Users tab of the Administration | Users page and use the corresponding option. The page provides several tabs allowing you to modify various user account settings
The General tabs allows modifying the user's name, email address, and password if you have appropriate permissions. Users can change their own username only if free registration is allowed. The administrator can always change the username of any user.
The Authentication Settings section appears if several authentication modules are enabled on the server. Here you can edit usernames for different authentication modules such as LDAP and Windows Domain.
You can map external OAuth usernames with an existing TeamCity user. If a user with the respective username signs in to TeamCity via OAuth, TeamCity will be able to recognize them.
This tab allows viewing and editing default usernames for different VCSs used by the current user.
Multiple usernames are supported for a VCS root type and for a separate VCS root: several newline-separated values can be used for each VCS username.
The names set here will be used to:
Add User to Group
Use the Groups tab to review the groups the user belongs to, and add/remove the user from groups.
Add User to Project
To add a user to a specific project and manage permissions this user has in it, you need to assign it with a certain role. Read how to manage roles.
The Roles tab for a user is available only if per-project permissions are enabled on the server Administration | Authentication page_. You can view this tab to view the roles assigned to the user directly and those inherited from groups. The roles assigned directly can be modified/removed here.
Assigning Roles to Users
To be able to grant roles to users on per-project basis, enable per-project permissions on the Administration | Authentication page. The Administration | Roles page lists all existing roles detailing their permissions.
There are several ways to assign roles to one or several users:
To assign a role to a specific user, on the Users tab for the user click View roles in the corresponding column. In the Roles tab, click Assign role.
To assign a role to multiple users, on the Users tab, check the boxes next to the usernames and use the Assign roles button at the bottom of the page.
To assign a role to all users in a group, on the Groups tab click View roles for the group in question, then assign a role on the group level.
When assigning a role, you can:
Select whether a role should be granted globally, or in particular projects.
Replace existing roles with the newly selected. This will remove all roles assigned to user(s)/group and replace them with the selected one instead.
This tab displays notification rules for the user.
The rules configured by the user are displayed here and can be modified.
This section displays the rules inherited by the user from the groups they belong to.
Managing User Groups
Creating New Group
Open the Administration | Groups page and сlick Create new group. In the dialog, specify the group name. TeamCity will create an editable Group Key, which is a unique group identifier.
When creating a group, you can select the parent group(s) for it. All roles and notification rules configured for the parent group will be automatically assigned to the current group. To place the current group to the top level, deselect all groups in the list.
Editing Group Settings
To edit a group, click its name on the Groups tab. You can modify the group name and description as well as parent group(s), and change the list of users, roles and permissions, and notification settings for the group.
To delete a group, click Delete next to its name in the list. This action will only delete the group itself and won't affect the users of this group.
The Roles tab allows you to view and edit (assign/unassign) default roles for the current group. These roles will be automatically assigned to all users in the group. Default roles for a user group are divided in two groups:
roles inherited from a parent group. Inherited roles can not be unassigned from the group.
roles assigned explicitly to the group
To assign a role for the current group explicitly, click the Assign role link.
To view permissions granted to a role, click the View roles permissions link.
You can also specify notification rules to be applied to all users in the current group.
To learn more about notification rules, refer to Subscribing to Notifications.
Adding Multiple Users to Group
On the Users page, select users, click the Add to groups button at the bottom, and specify the groups to add the users to. Note that all these users will inherit the roles defined for the group.