Managing Users and Groups

In Crowd, users are referred to as user entity objects or just users. Groups are known as permission container objects. Groups are particularly important in Crowd, as they are often used to control access to applications. Note also that the crowd-administrators group confers Crowd administration rights to its members.

This section describes how to add and edit users and groups using the Crowd Administration Console. Note that the ability to do this depends on the permissions of the directory which contains the users and groups.

Managing Users and Groups

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