Using the Web UI
The Teleport Web UI is a web-based visual interface from which you can access resources, view active sessions and recordings, create and review Access Requests, manage users and roles, and more.
This page serves a reference on Web UI features and their usage.
Joining an active session
The Web UI allows you to list and join active SSH sessions via a web-based terminal.
Any active SSH sessions that you are allowed to list will be listed on the "Active Sessions" page, which can be
accessed from the navigation bar on the left side. If you don't see the "Active Sessions" tab, it means that your user's role doesn't grant
list access for the
ssh_session resource. Please refer to the Teleport Access Controls Reference
and make sure your role has all the necessary permissions.
Upon clicking on the "Join" button to join an active session, you must choose from one of 3 participant modes to join the session in:
observer: Allows read-only access to the session. You can view output but cannot control the session in any way nor send any input.
moderator: Allows you to watch the session. You can view output and forcefully terminate or pause the session at any time, but can't send input.
peer: Allows you to collaborate in the session. You can view output and send input.
If the launch button is missing, then you don't have permission to join in any participant mode. Please refer to the
join_sessions allow policy reference to learn how to grant roles access to participant modes.