accounts command lets you create and manage accounts resources in Boundary.
You can associate Boundary users with one or more account resources using auth methods.
Accounts represent external notions of a particular entity.
Among other use cases, accounts provide an easy way to switch users to new IdPs within the organization that deploys Boundary.
The following example retrieves account information for a given account ID,
$ boundary accounts read -id acctpw_1234567890
Account information: Auth Method ID: ampw_1234567890 Created Time: Wed, 12 Jul 2023 12:20:54 PDT ID: acctpw_1234567890 Type: password Updated Time: Wed, 12 Jul 2023 12:20:54 PDT Version: 1 Scope: ID: global Name: global Type: global Authorized Actions: no-op read update delete set-password change-password Attributes: Login Name: admin
Usage: boundary accounts [sub command] [options] [args] # ... Subcommands: change-password Change the password on an account create Create an account delete Delete an account list List an account read Read an account set-password Directly set the password on an account update Update an account
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