Groups can be assigned directly or indirectly to a user account. Indirect assignment is carried out by allocating the employee and groups in hierarchical roles, like departments, cost centers, locations or business roles. If the employee has a user account in Active Directory, the groups in the role are inherited by this user account.
To react quickly to special requests, you can assign groups directly to the user account.
To assign groups directly to user accounts
Assign groups in Add assignments.
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Remove groups from Remove assignments.
|NOTE: The user account's primary group is already assigned and labeled as "Not yet applied". Edit the user account's master data to change its primary group.|
Assign a secretary to a user account. The secretary is displayed in the email recipient’s properties in Microsoft Outlook.
To assign a secretary to a user account
Assign secretaries in Add assignments.
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Remove secretaries from Remove assignments.
NOTE: User accounts can only be moved within a domain.
To move a user account
Extended properties are meta objects that cannot be mapped directly in the One Identity Manager, for example, operating codes, cost codes or cost accounting areas.
To specify extended properties for a user account
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Remove assignments to extended properties in Remove assignments.
For more detailed information about using extended properties, see the One Identity Manager Identity Management Base Module Administration Guide.