Introduction

 

ISL AlwaysOn now allows users and computers to be added together into Groups for easier and faster management. For example, you can execute an action for all the computers in the group (bulk action), you can share all the computers in the group with another user, or just have a more organized list of all the available machines.

Each user in a group can have 3 different levels of permissions:

  • Connect only - This type of user can connect to all the computers in the group but can't change computer or group settings.
  • Computers manager - This type of user can connect to all the computers in the group and change their settings but can't change group settings.
  • Group Admin - This type of user can connect to all the computers in the group and change their settings. They can also manage settings for the group itself.


Note: User who creates the group is its Group Admin and can not change his permission level. However there can be multiple Group Admins.


To learn how to create a Group please proceed to the next topic: Create Group

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