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User profile

NAM Server ► Settings ► Security ► User profile

Open the User settings screen to change user password, default language, or chart display mode.


The Password section displays the username and offers standard password controls. To change the password:

  1. Type your old password.
  2. Type your new password.
  3. Type your new password again (to confirm it).
  4. Click OK to save your changes.


Internationalization of the report server can be set as automatic, set by users per session, or set permanently by the system administrator or users.

To override automatic language detection at the moment a new user is added or modified:

  1. In the Language list, choose a language or Auto for language auto detection.
  2. Click OK to save you changes.
  3. Log off and log on again to ensure that the language setting has changed as intended.


On the Display panel, you can change the display mode of charts for a specific user.

  • System default
    The default setting.
  • Dynamic
    Select Dynamic to enable interactive chart generation. Dynamic charts provide several features, such as zooming, shared tooltips, or hiding series directly on a report, that are not available for static DMI charts. However, this setting is more resource intensive.
  • Static
    Select Static whenever a performance problem occur. This setting loses interactive chart generation but is less resource intensive.


Different locales use different formats to display things like the dates, times, and numbers. Use this section to display and change your regional settings.

To administer system defaults for these settings, see Configuring global locale settings on the NAM Server.

  • Formats according to
    The language on which to base formats.
  • Time
    The symbol that separates hours, minutes, and seconds when displaying the time.
  • Date
    Which of several commonly used date formats to use. Formats differ according to the order of their elements (day, month, and year) and the delimiters between those elements.
  • Number separator
    The number separator (decimal separator or decimal point) is the symbol that separates the integer part of a number from the fractional part of that number. In the US, for example, people commonly use a . character like this to write the decimal value for two and a half: 2.5.
  • Number grouping symbol
    The number grouping symbol (thousands separator) is the symbol that separates groups of digits for ease of reading. In the US, for example, people commonly use a , character like this to write the numeric value for one million: 1,000,000.
  • Time zone
    The time zone that this server uses.