Menu path: UMS Web App > Configuration

In the Configuration area, you can manage profiles. Currently, only managing standard and master profiles is possible. For more information on profiles and master profiles, see Profiles and Master Profiles.

Currently, the creation of profiles and the change of configuration settings are possible ONLY in the UMS Console. Settings activated for the newly created profiles as well as setting changes are displayed in the UMS Web App not immediately, but after the next reindexing, which is executed, in this case, with a one-day interval.

Master profiles have to be first enabled in the UMS Console under UMS Administration > Global Configuration > UMS Features, see Enabling Master Profiles.

You can structure profiles by creating directories and subdirectories.

1Configuration Tree

Shows all created profile directories and subdirectories with the specification of the number of profiles assigned to them.

 To create a profile directory, click .

 To rename a profile directory, click .

 To delete a profile directory, click . Currently, only empty directories can be deleted.

 To move a profile directory to another directory, select the relevant directory and move it per drag & drop to the desired directory or use [Ctrl + X], [Ctrl + V].

 To move the profile to another directory, navigate to the relevant profile in the profile list and move it per drag & drop to the desired directory.

2Profile list

Shows all profiles contained in the directory selected in the Configuration Tree.

  • Filtering profiles by Name and Version
  • Sorting profiles by Name and Version
  • Paging for the navigation in the profile list
  • Defining the number of profiles to be displayed on one page
3Directory information

Details for the directory selected in the Configuration Tree.

[Directory Name]: The name of the selected directory  

Properties: Properties of the selected directory, e.g. the full Directory Path, Number of contained devices

4Profile information

Details for the profile selected in the profile list

[Profile Name]: The name of the selected profile

: Properties of the selected profile, e.g. its Name, Version it is based on, etc. To edit the properties, click

Overwrite sessions option should be activated only in exceptional cases. With this option, you can override free instances of all other profiles. For more information, see New Profile - Options.

: Profile ID. If several profiles are assigned to a device on an equal basis, the newer profile with the higher profile ID has priority. For more information on prioritization of profiles, see Order of Effectiveness of Profiles and Prioritization of Profiles.

[Directory Path]
: Full directory path for the selected profile

AActivated Settings

Shows all configuration settings activated in the selected profile.

Key: Key of the configuration parameter

 Click the i-icon to open the tooltip.

Display name: Name of the configuration parameter as displayed in the IGEL Setup and the configuration dialog in the UMS Console.

Value: A value set for the parameter. All password values are anonymized.

 If a parameter receives a value from a template key (see Template Profiles), click   to jump to the corresponding template key.

BTemplate Key Relation

Shows template keys used in the profile, see Template Profiles and Using Template Keys in Profiles.

Template Key: Name of the template key

Parameter: Key of the configuration parameter for which a template key is configured

Template Expression
: A template key configured

Examples of template expressions:

https:\\igel.${Country} – template key configuring the starting page of the browser session

SSH on §{MAC} – static template key configuring the name for the SSH session, which will be composed of "SSH on" and the MAC address of the endpoint device

CContained Files

Shows all files assigned to the selected profile. Files should be first added in the UMS Console. For details on the file transfer, see Files.

1: Allows to quickly add the file to the profile. To use the option, you should already know the file name or its part.

2: Filters the files added to the profile according to the entered string.

3: Detaches the selected file from the profile.

DAssigned Devices

Shows all devices the selected profile is assigned to.

1: Allows to quickly assign the selected profile to the device or device directory. To use the option, you should already know the name of the device / device directory or its part.

2: Filters the devices / device directories assigned to the selected profile. The filter criteria are linked with the operator AND.

 Click  to remove all filters.

3: Detaches the selected device / device directory from the profile.

4: Jumps to the corresponding device and shows all Assigned Objects for it.