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About the User Groups Page

 

To access this page, click Administration > User Management > User Groups.

Tasks You Can Perform

You can perform the following tasks from this page:

  • View details of a user group

    To view details of a user group, click the details icon that appears when you hover over the user group. Alternatively, select the user group and click the More > Detail icon. The details is displayed in the Details of <device group-name> pane that appears on the right side of the Device Groups page.

  • Add a user group; see Add User Groups.

  • Edit and delete a user group; see Edit and Delete User Groups.

  • Filter Entries—Filter the table entries by adding new filtering criteria.

    Hover over the Filter (funnel) icon and select Add Filter. On the Add Criteria page, select the filtering criteria from the Field and Condition list, and enter the text to be compared in the Value field. Click Add.

    The filtered table entries are listed and the filter criteria name is displayed above the table column names.

    You can click the cross (X) icon (next to the filter name) to remove the filtering criteria.

    Note
    • You can add multiple filtering criteria. Once you add the multiple filtering criteria, you can select the And condition to display the entries matching all the filtering criteria or select the Or condition to display the entries matching any one of the filtering criteria.

    • Quick filter: Save the filtering criteria as quick filters. Once you have added all the filtering criteria, you can save a particular criteria or multiple criteria for future use by clicking Save.

      On the Save Filter window, enter a name for the filter, optionally toggle the Set as Default button if you want to use this filtering criteria by default, and click OK.

      The saved filters are displayed under Quick Filters when you hover over the Filter (funnel) icon. You can then apply these saved filters to the table entries.

  • Show/Hide Columns—Choose to show or hide a specific column in the table.

    Hover over the More Options (vertical ellipsis) > Show/Hide Columns and select the Column-Name check box of the columns you want to display in the table.

  • Reset Preference—Reset the displayed columns to the default set of columns for each tab in the table.

    Hover over the More Options (vertical ellipsis) and select Reset Preference.

  • Sort Entries—Click the column name to highlight the up and down arrows next to the column name. Sort the table entries in ascending or descending order of that column by clicking the up or down arrow respectively.

Field Descriptions

Table 1 displays the fields on the User Groups page.

Table 1: Fields on the User Groups Page

FieldDescription

Group Name

The name of the user group .

Provider Type

Indicates whether the user group is created within Paragon Automation or in a LDAP server.

  • Local—The user group is created in Paragon Automation. Paragon Automation authenticates and authorizes the user based on roles defined for the user.

  • LDAP—The user group refers to the user group present in the LDAP server. A user in the user group is authenticated by the LDAP server and authorized by Paragon Automation.

Users

The users in the user group.

By default, this column lists only one user assigned to the user group. When a user group is assigned more than one user, a +<integer> icon (for example: +2) appears to the right of the user name. The integer indicates the number of additional users assigned to the user group. Click on the integer to view the additional users.

Roles

Roles assigned to the user group.

By default, this column lists only one role assigned to the user group. When a user is assigned more than one role, a +<integer> icon (for example: +2) appears to the right of the role. The integer indicates the number of additional roles assigned to the user group. Click on the integer to view the additional roles.