Editing a User's Group Membership
Within any given directory, you can choose the groups to which each user belongs.
When you add a user to a group, that user will be authorized to use any applications that use the group to control access.
Furthermore, that group membership may be used to determine authorization permissions – see Effective memberships with multiple directories.
The Crowd Administration Console provides two ways of adding users to, or removing them from, a group:
- The group management screen for a specific group — here you can add many users at once to the selected group.
- The user management screen for a specific user — here you can add a user to one or more groups at a time.
- Using the User Browser
- Adding a User
- Editing a User's Details and Password
- Deleting or Deactivating a User
- Case Sensitivity of Usernames and Groups
- Specifying a User's Aliases
- Editing a User's Group Membership
- Managing Groups
- Managing Group Members
- Specifying a User's Attributes
- Granting Crowd Administration Rights to a User
- Granting Crowd User Rights to a User
- Managing a User's Session
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