The enrolment table

Possible operations


When a user sends an enrolment or a certificate request, the request will appear in this table. To validate a user’s request, go to the relevant line and click on Validate.


If a user submits an enrolment request with a certificate request, the validation of the user request implies the validation of the certificate as well (checkboxes selected simultaneously).


You can also reject users’ requests for enrolment or for certificates by selecting the corresponding line and clicking on Reject.


This button allows you to cancel an approval or a rejection. This avoids having to use the Cancel button and erasing operations in progress.


This button allows refreshing the list of enrolment and certificate requests. As such, recent requests will be added automatically to the table pending approval or rejection.

User enrolment and certificate requests



This column indicates the type of request the user has created: an enrolment request is represented by “User” while certificate requests are represented by “Certificate”.

CN User

Name that allows identifying the user or the certificate.

E-mail address

E-mail address of the user, which will allow him to receive an approval or a rejection of his enrolment or certificate request.


Information regarding the selected user/certificate is displayed here.


User’s login


User’s last name

First name

User’s first name

E-mail address

User’s e-mail address, which will be useful for sending him a response regarding his enrolment or certificate request.


Description of the user

Telephone number

User’s telephone number


User’s password

Certificate request

Indicates whether the user requested a certificate during his enrolment request.


For certificate requests, only the e-mail address will appear in the field on the right.

Advanced properties

User identifier format for empty ID fields

Identifier format

Define a default character string for connection IDs.


The format is written in the form: %F.%L
The variables that define the identifier are: F being the first name, L being the last name.
The variable f changes the case of the value to lowercase and F changes it to uppercase. Likewise for l and L.
The form f1 makes it possible to select only the first character.
example: for the values Firstname and Lastname, %f1.%l will produce f.lastname


Illustrated example of a user ID.





The desired number of characters for the first name and/or last name can be defined by indicating the number after the F and/or the L.





Send an e-mail to the user:

when approving/rejecting user's enrolment request

This option allows sending an e-mail to the user to inform him that his enrolment request has been approved or rejected.


when approving/rejecting user's certificate request

This option allows sending an e-mail to the user to inform him that his certificate request has been approved or rejected.