HOWTO Commands

Local users authentication is an alternative to PAM, RADIUS, and
LDAP authentication, where the user's credentials are stored in the
user properties DB. It is useful as a kind of standalone
authentication system. Local users authentication also has
significantly better performance than PAM.

Enable Local Users authentication:

./sacli --key auth.module.type --value local ConfigPut
./sacli start

Configure a user's password (only for Local Users authentication):

./sacli -u --new_pass SetLocalPassword

Remove a user (only for Local Users authentication):

./sacli -u RemoveLocalPassword

Disable Local Users authentication and revert to PAM:

./sacli --key auth.module.type --value pam ConfigPut
./sacli start