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Administration Guide

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Add administrators to groups

You can add selected administrators to groups you have created. See Groups view for detailed information on Groups and how they are used in FortiNAC.

  1. Select Users > Admin Users.
  2. Use the filters to locate the appropriate administrator(s).
  3. Use Ctrl-click or Shift-click to select the records you wish to add to the group.
  4. Click Options and select Add Admin Users To Groups.
  5. The Group Membership view lists the available groups and sub-groups. Sub-groups are displayed under their parent group or groups.
  6. To add the users to a group, click the box next to the group name and then click OK.
  7. To create a missing group:

    1. Click Create Group.
    2. Enter a group name.
    3. If the new group should be a sub-group of an existing group, enable the Parent Group option and select the appropriate group from the list.
    4. Description is optional.
    5. Click OK to save the new group.
  8. Click OK.

Add administrators to groups

You can add selected administrators to groups you have created. See Groups view for detailed information on Groups and how they are used in FortiNAC.

  1. Select Users > Admin Users.
  2. Use the filters to locate the appropriate administrator(s).
  3. Use Ctrl-click or Shift-click to select the records you wish to add to the group.
  4. Click Options and select Add Admin Users To Groups.
  5. The Group Membership view lists the available groups and sub-groups. Sub-groups are displayed under their parent group or groups.
  6. To add the users to a group, click the box next to the group name and then click OK.
  7. To create a missing group:

    1. Click Create Group.
    2. Enter a group name.
    3. If the new group should be a sub-group of an existing group, enable the Parent Group option and select the appropriate group from the list.
    4. Description is optional.
    5. Click OK to save the new group.
  8. Click OK.