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    Assigning Objects to an Existing Domain

    You assign users, devices, and remote profiles to an existing domain from the Domains page.

    To assign users, devices, or remote profiles to an existing domain, navigate to the Domains page in the Role Based Access Control workspace.

    The Domains area on the left of the page displays the domains that are currently available. The right of the page displays the details of the domains that you selected in the Domains area. The summary view at the top-right of the Domains page displays details such as the name of the domain, the description of the domain, the date and time the domain was created, the number of users assigned to the domain, the number of devices assigned to the domain, and the number of remote profiles assigned to the domain.

    By default, the Global domain is selected. Select the domain to which you want to assign objects and perform any of the following tasks:

    Assigning Users to an Existing Domain from the Domains Page

    You can assign users to an existing domain from the Assigned Users tab of the Domains page.

    To assign users to an existing domain from the Domains page:

    1. Click the Assigned Users tab.

      The users that are currently assigned to the selected domain are displayed in a table.

      You can use the search field and the column and tag filters to filter users in the table in Assigned Users tab. You can also click any column name to sort users based on the column value. The paging controls enable you to browse through the list of users, and you can specify the number of users to be displayed per page by using the Show box.

    2. To assign users, click the Assign Users icon below the tab.

      The Assign Users dialog box is displayed.

    3. Select users:
      • To select users by using keywords, enter the keyword in the Search field and click the Search icon.

        The list of users in the table is filtered by keyword.

      • To filter users by their properties, select the check box next to the appropriate column on the Column Filter list.
      • To filter users by tags, select an appropriate tag from the Tag Filter list.
      • To select all users, select the Select all items across all pages check box.
      • To select specific users from the table, select the check box next to the usernames.

      Note: Filtering columns such as Assigned Domains can help you assign users across domains quickly and effectively.

    4. Click Assign.

      The selected users are assigned to the domain.

    Assigning Devices to an Existing Domain from the Domains Page

    You can assign devices to an existing domain from the Assigned Devices tab of the Domains page.

    To assign devices to an existing domain from the Domains page:

    1. Click the Assigned Devices tab.

      The devices that are currently assigned to the selected domain are displayed in a table.

      You can use the search field and the column and tag filters to filter devices in the table in Assigned Devices tab. You can also click any column name to sort devices based on the column value. The paging controls enable you to browse through the list of devices, and you can specify the number of devices to be displayed per page by using the Show box.

    2. To assign devices, click the plus icon below the tab.

      The Assign Devices dialog box is displayed.

    3. Select devices:
      • To select devices by using keywords, enter the keyword in the Search field and click the Search icon.

        The list of devices in the table is filtered by keyword.

      • To filter devices by their properties, select the check box next to the appropriate column on the Column Filter list.
      • To filter devices by tags, select an appropriate tag from the Tag Filter list.
      • To select all devices, select the Select all items across all pages check box.
      • To select specific devices from the table, select the check box next to the names of the devices.
    4. Click Assign.

      The selected devices are assigned to the domain.

    Assigning Remote Profiles to an Existing Domain from the Domains Page

    You can assign remote profiles to an existing domain from the Assigned Remote Profiles tab of the Domains page.

    To assign remote profiles to an existing domain from the Domains page:

    1. Click the Assigned Remote Profiles tab.

      The remote profiles that are currently assigned to the selected domain are displayed in a table.

      You can use the search field and the column and tag filters to filter remote profiles in the table in Assigned Remote Profiles tab. You can also click any column name to sort remote profiles based on the column value. The paging controls enable you to browse through the list of remote profiles, and you can specify the number of remote profiles to be displayed per page by using the Show box.

    2. To assign remote profiles, click the plus icon below the tab.

      The Assign Remote Profiles dialog box is displayed. You can view the list of remote profiles in a table.

    3. Select the remote profiles to assign to the domain from the table.
    4. Click Assign.

      The selected remote profiles are assigned to the domain.

    Assigning Objects to an Existing Domain from the Inventory Landing Pages

    You can assign objects such as devices, remote profiles, template definitions, templates, CLI Configlets, configuration views, XPaths, regular expressions, configuration filters, report definitions, images, scripts, operations, and script bundles to a domain from their respective inventory landing pages.

    To assign objects to an existing domain from the inventory landing pages:

    1. Go to the respective inventory landing page. For example, go to the Device Templates > Templates page.

      The Templates inventory landing page that appears displays all the templates.

    2. Select the templates to assign to the domain and select Assign Template to Domain from the Actions menu.

      The Assign Template to Domain dialog box is displayed. The domain tree lists all domains available in Junos Space Platform.

    3. Select the domain to which you want to assign templates from the domain tree.
    4. Click Assign.

      The selected templates are assigned to the domain.

     

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    Description
    The summary view at the top-right of the Domains page displays details such as the name of the domain, the description of the domain, the date and time the domain was created, the number of users assigned to the domain, the number of devices assigned to the domain, and the number of remote profiles assigned to the domain.
    You can use the search field and the column and tag filters to filter users in the table in Assigned Users tab.
    You can use the search field and the column and tag filters to filter devices in the table in Assigned Devices tab.
    You can use the search field and the column and tag filters to filter remote profiles in the table in Assigned Remote Profiles tab

    Modified: 2017-06-01