NOTICE: This Documentation is for JetBackup 4 for Linux.

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User Settings

In order to view user settings, go to 'Users' on the JetBackup for Linux sidebar.


Click on your desired User to view the settings.


Manage User

Click on 'Manage User' to modify user settings.



This is the Linux username.


This is the password for the Linux user.

Email Address

Email address that notifications will be sent to. (separated by comma) [ Leave blank to use the server default contact e-mail. ]

Two Factor Authentication Override

Whether to enable OTP for the corresponding user. OTP should also be enabled under the Security Settings.

Limited restores path

The path that the user's restores will be limited to. (user will still be able to view all backups, however will not be able to restore outside of this path).

Whitelist IPs

IPs the user will be allowed to access JetBackup for Linux GUI from.

Access Tokens

Communication with the JetBackup server requires you to create an API Access Token.
After creating the API access token, you will need to pass it in the request header, for example:
curl -k -H "Authorization: Bearer testuser:9MKjw55we7TIq0CdpaHaiYHacB5hQOqp" ""
Click on 'Access Tokens' to create and manage access tokens for each JetBackup user per IP.


Create New Access Token

Click on 'Create New Access Token' to generate user access tokens.


IP Address

The IP of the machine the user will be doing remote API calls from.


The access token used to authenticate remote API calls.


The time the token was created.

Last Access

The most recent time the token was used.


Used internally for your convenience.

Delete Access Token

Delete the user access token.

Delete User

Click on 'Delete User' to delete the user permanently.

Deleting a user in JetBackup for Linux revokes user access to the Panel but does not remove them in the Linux system.