Hi, I dont think these capabilities are available from CLI, few operations can be done using CLI but not changing the user options.
probably not, but would be great to know if im wrong
pay attention to the
remove command and their perspective attributes
well using CLI is a broad statement, and therefore I can answer this question with Yes, of course you can use CLI to change it.
Let me show you how to change the option
search_assistant = none to
search_assistant = full using CLI commands.
first option, use
sed -i 's/search_assistant = none/search_assistant = full/' /opt/splunk/etc/users/<username>/user-prefs/local/user-prefs.conf
second option, use
curl and edit it using the REST endpoint:
curl -u admin:changeme -k https://localhost:8089//servicesNS/admin/user-prefs/properties/user-prefs/general/search_assistant -d value=full
The result will be like this:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <response> <messages> <msg type="INFO">Successfully modified 1 key(s)</msg> </messages> </response>
Third option, use any CLI text editor and modify the file - yeah I know, lame but still a CLI option.
So, as you can see there are ways to edit the setting using CLI commands 😉
Hope this helps ...