Viewing and Modifying User Group Information¶
As a security administrator, you can view and modify the basic information, permissions, and users of a user group. You can modify users' permissions by changing the groups to which the users belong.
In the navigation pane, choose User Groups.
In the user group list, view or modify user group information.
Viewing user group information
In the user group list, click next to the target user group to view its details, including the basic information, permissions, and users.
Modifying user group information
Click Modify in the Operation column of the row that contains the target user group to go to the Modify User Group page.
For the default user group, you can only manage its users and cannot modify its basic information or permissions.
If the name of a user group has been configured in the identity conversion rules of an IdP, modifying the user group name will cause the identity conversion rules to fail. Exercise caution when performing this operation.
Modifying user group permissions
You can assign new permissions to or cancel the existing permissions of a user group in the policy view or project view.
Changing the authorization scope in the policy view
Choose User Groups in the navigation pane, and click Manage Permissions in the row containing the user group you want to modify. On the Permissions tab page, select Policy View.
Click Change Project on the right of a policy.
On the Change Project page, select or deselect desired projects.
Modifying permissions for certain projects in the project view
Choose User Groups in the navigation pane, and click Manage Permissions on the right of a user group. On the Permissions tab page, select Project View.
Click Modify Permissions on the right of a project.
Select or deselect desire policies, and click OK.
In the user group list, click Manage User in the row containing the user group you want to modify.
In the Available Users area, select users you want to add to the user group.
In the Selected Users area, remove users from the user group.