Go to Administration and from the left side panel chose Manage identifiers, just under Automatic Logins
You should see the button labelled Import automatic logins from CSV file. Clicking that button will trigger the uploader where you can upload your CSV file, which needs to contain all required information (as presented in the "CSV Required Structure" section below).
Also, first, you can download an example CSV file that contains some sample information just to give you an idea of the intended structure. The sample is available when clicking "Download a sample CSV file" right under the upload area.
CSV Required Structure
The CSV file should contain the following fields:
Student first name
Student last name
Student date of birth (YYYY-MM-DD)
Student automatic login identifier (Eg. Email address, Windows username etc.)
Operating system. Has to be one of the following TDB
This is the default structure that is available also in the template file you can download. We suggest only editing the actual student information, starting with the second line.
If everything goes well the automatic logins should get created, and the success flash message should appear.
What can cause errors with the import?
In case of errors, flash messages will be displayed with appropriate information pointing to the invalid lines (like the one below), depending on the error case:
When a student is not found in the selected schools
When some/all automatic login data is invalid - can be that the supplied operating system is invalid (or misspelt) or the identifier is invalid
When both of the above two error cases combined are present
When duplicate data is found
When headers are invalid
All data processing of this feature happens in one batch. So there will never be cases when only parts of the CSV rows got created. Either all automatic logins were validated and got created/imported into the system, or none did.
Make sure that the student's date of birth format matches the required one [ YYYY-MM-DD ]
Make sure not to alter, add or remove any of the sample CSV headers. So only start editing starting with the second CSV line.