This topic describes the very basics of working with ASMS, such as logging in and out and supported browsers.
View ASMS in one the following web browsers, at screen resolution of 1920x1080 or above.
- Mozilla Firefox
- Google Chrome
- Microsoft Edge
- Internet Explorer 11 and higher. Internet Explorer 8.0 is supported for FireFlow requestors only.
Log in to ASMS from any desktop computer using the credentials provided by an AFA administrator.
Do the following:
In your browser, navigate to https://<algosec_server> where <algosec_server> is the ASMS server IP address or DNS name.
If a warning message about the web server's certificate appears, click Accept or OK. For more details, contact your network administrator.
In the Username and Password fields, enter your username and password, and click Login.
You are logged in, and ASMS displays AFA by default.
If you are a user in multiple ASMS products, such as AFA, FireFlow, and AppViz, switch between products using the dropdown at the top-left, above the main menu.
If you are an administrator for any of these products, the relevant administration menu is available from your user dropdown at the top-right:
Note: CloudFlow is now accessible from inside ASMS. Click the dropdown at the top-left and select CloudFlow.
For more details, see our CloudFlow Help Center.
To adjust the screen space available for your main workspace, hide, display, or change the size of the main menu on the left.
- To adjust the size of the main menu, hover between the menu and the workspace and drag the border left or right.
- To collapse the menu entirely, click at the top. When collapsed, click to expand it again.
This procedure describes how you can identify your AFA, FireFlow, or AppViz installation version and build number.
Do the following:
In the toolbar, click your username and then select About or Info.
For example, if you're in AFA, in the Info dialog, click About.
The About dialog appears, showing details about the product you have installed.
Note: If you are running the FIPS 140-2 compliant version of AFA, this information is indicated in the window.
Log out of ASMS by clicking your username at the top right, and selecting Logout.
You are logged out of all ASMS products available to you.
Note: If Single Sign On is configured, you must browse to the Logout page hosted on your IdP to log out.
For more details, see Configure user authentication.