Manually creating groups and adding users

Groups are logical containers that serve as a mechanism to grant permissions to multiple users. Group members automatically share a group's permissions.

You must have the Manage Users and Groups system security permission to create users and groups.
Groups for the internal authentication realm can be manually created. Groups for LDAP realms are automatically created when users are imported. Any groups that the imported users belong to are also imported. Groups for both LDAP and SSO realms are automatically created when each user initially logs into the blueprint designer.
  1. From the IBM® UrbanCode™ Release dashboard, click Manage Security, and then click Groups.
  2. In the New Groups page, click Add New.
  3. In the Name field, type a name for the group.
  4. In the Authorization Realm list, select an authorization realm.
    Only groups for an Internal Authorization realm can be manually created.
  5. Optional: Select users from the Add User list.
    Any user can be added to the group, including users that were imported from LDAP and SSO authentication realms.
  6. Optional: Click the Remove icon that is associated with a user to remove the user from the group.
  7. Click Save.
Assign the group to teams. For information about assigning groups to teams, see Assigning users and groups to teams.