To interact with Kanidm as an administrator, you'll need to use our command line tools. If you haven't installed them yet, install them now.
You can configure
kanidm to help make commands simpler by modifying
uri = "https://idm.example.com"
ca_path = "/path/to/ca.pem"
The full configuration reference is in the
Once configured, you can test this with:
kanidm self whoami --name anonymous
To authenticate as a user (for use with the command line), you need to use the
login command to
establish a session token.
kanidm login --name USERNAME
kanidm login --name admin
kanidm login -D USERNAME
kanidm login -D admin
Once complete, you can use
kanidm without re-authenticating for a period of time for
You can list active sessions with:
kanidm session list
Sessions will expire after a period of time. To remove these expired sessions locally you can use:
kanidm session cleanup
To log out of a session:
kanidm logout --name USERNAME
kanidm logout --name admin