Active Roles Help explains concepts and includes instructions for performing tasks with the product.
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The Active Roles console window is divided into two panes. The left pane contains the console tree, showing the items that are available in the console. The right pane, known as the details pane, displays information about items you select in the console tree. You can perform most management tasks from this pane using commands on the Action menu.
Additional information is displayed in the lower sub-pane of the details pane when you check the Advanced Details Pane command on the View menu. You can perform management tasks from the lower sub-pane using commands on the Action menu.
The left pane of the Active Roles console contains the console tree.
The console tree root is labeled Active Roles. The name of the Administration Service is shown in square brackets. If you have Advanced view mode selected for Active Roles console display (View | Mode), the following folders are shown under the console tree root:
The console display mode determines which folders are displayed in the console tree. For more information, see View mode later in this document.
When you select an item in the console tree, the details pane changes accordingly. To perform administrative tasks, click items in the details pane and use commands on the Action menu. The Action menu commands also appear on the shortcut menu that you can access by right-clicking items in the console tree or details pane.
By default, the objects listed in the details pane are sorted in ascending order by object name. You can change the sorting order by clicking a column heading. You can add and remove columns in the details pane using the Choose Columns command on the View menu.
In the Active Roles console you can apply filters to the details pane in order to search for directory objects. To configure a filter, select a domain and then click Filter Options on the View menu. It is also possible to find an object in the details pane by typing a few characters. This will select the first item in the sorted column that matches what you typed.