Only users that were assigned an admin profile can access to this Site Administration-Security page.
This functionality allows the site administrator to configure the advance security rules for the qTest site instance. These configurations are optional and can be disabled at any time.
From the Site Administration page, click on SECURITY tab to access the Site Administration-Security page.
The first check-box is used to enable/disable the rule setup regarding to password update. Once this check-box is checked, three followning subsequent options MUST NOTbe empty:
The second check-box is utilized to enable/disable the rule setup with respect to valid login attempts. Once this check-box is checked, the associated text field MUST NOT be empty and greater than 0.
The value of this option defines the number of valid login attempts with invalid passwords. For example, if this value is 5, it means that after 5 consecutive login attempts with invalid passwords, users' accounts will be deactivated.
Upon the security rule being set, when the accounts are deactivated, only site admin has the authority to re-activate those accounts. After input all the necessary values, the site admin should click on Save button to make them workable.
qTest Manager tracks some key events for security purposes. You can export the audit logs to csv following the step below:
The site admin can manage which external emails qTest is able to send to, using semicolon (;) to separate them. External emails are ones that are not associated with any active qTest users.
qTest notification emails, user invitation emails and other emails which are sent to qTest users are not blocked.