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User

Covers the usage of the user subcommand. Users are admin scope so no -t needed.

Usage

using the duploctl command line tool, you can manage users with actions:

duploctl user <action>

Actions

list

List all users in the current subscription.

duploctl user list

find

Find a user by their username which is almost always their email address. Only service accounts will have anon email username.

duploctl user find <user>

add_tenant

Add a tenant to a user. This allows the user to access the tenant and all the resources within it.

duploctl user add_user_to_tenant <user> -T <tenant_name>