Managing your account preferences can be done directly from the dashboard. You can change your account info, including your name and password, access your API tokens for the CLI, and upload a new profile avatar.
To access the account preferences page, click on your avatar in the top right
corner of the dashboard to access the dropdown menu, then click
The account info section allows you to edit your name and password. If you wish
to edit your password, you must provide it in both input boxes. Once you have
ensured your new details are correct, click the
Submit button to update your
The command line section allows you to access your secret CLI authentication key. It is highly important that this key is kept a secret, as it grants full access to all resources you have access to through Coder Enterprise (including your environments).
To create a CLI key for the first time, click the
Create button. A key should
be displayed in the box above. You can click on the copy icon to copy your newly
created key. CLI keys have an expiry date of one year after they were created or
To regenerate your key if you have lost it, you can click on the
button. This will not invalidate old keys, but rather regenerates the
existing key and sets its expiry date to one year from now.
To delete your keys, you can click on the
Delete button. This will render all
previously generated keys invalid. If you believe that your CLI keys could be in
someone else's hands, you should delete your keys and recreate them.
To setup the CLI with your new keys, you can use
ce init. The CLI will ask a
few questions and then save the key for later use. If you'd like to remove your
key from a computer, you can delete the
session_token file in your config
The configuration directory can be found in the following locations:
$XDG_CONFIG_HOMEis not set.
The avatar section allows you to upload or reset your current avatar. Avatars
can be uploaded by clicking on the
Upload button and selecting an image from
your computer. You can reset your current avatar by clicking on the
button. Resetting your avatar reverts it back to the default
identicon avatar generated by the
Uploaded images are resized, so the smallest dimension is 512 pixels (retaining
aspect ratio), then cropped to fit
512x512 pixels. They are then converted
to JPEG image files. If you upload a transparent PNG file, the transparent
background will be replaced with black pixels. If you upload a GIF file, only
the first frame will be kept.
We recommend uploading a
512x512 pixel JPEG image file to avoid any unexpected
changes to your original image in our normalization process.