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Identity Manager 8.0 - Administration Guide for Connecting to SharePoint

Managing SharePoint Environments Setting Up SharePoint Farm Synchronization Basic Data for Managing SharePoint SharePoint Farms SharePoint Web Applications SharePointSite Collections and Sites SharePoint User Accounts SharePoint Roles and Groups
SharePoint Groups SharePoint Roles and Permission Levels
Permissions for SharePoint Web Applications Reports about SharePoint Site Collections Appendix: Configuration Parameters for Managing SharePoint Appendix: Default Project Template for SharePoint

Assigning Extended Properties to a SharePoint Group

Assigning Extended Properties to a SharePoint Group

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 group

  1. Select the category SharePoint | Groups.
  2. Select the group in the result list.
  3. Select Assign extended properties in the task view.
  4. Assign extended properties in Add assignments.

    The view- OR -

    Remove extended properties from Remove assignments.

  5. Save the changes.

For more detailed information about using extended properties, see the One Identity Manager Identity Management Base Module Administration Guide.

Deleting SharePoint Groups

Deleting SharePoint Groups

To delete a group

  1. Select the category SharePoint | Groups.
  2. Select the group in the result list.
  3. Click to delete the group.
  4. Confirm the security prompt with Yes.

The group is deleted completely from the One Identity Manager database and from SharePoint.

SharePoint Roles and Permission Levels

SharePoint Roles and Permission Levels

You can define so-called permission levels in SharePoint to grant permissions to objects in a site. These permission levels group together different SharePoint permissions. Permission levels with a unique reference to a site are mapped in the One Identity Manager database as SharePoint roles. You can assign SharePoint roles through groups, or directly to user accounts. SharePoint users obtain their permissions for site objects in this way.

Figure 4: SharePoint Roles and Permission Levels in the One Identity Manager

Entering Master Data for SharePoint Permission Levels

Entering Master Data for SharePoint Permission Levels

To edit master data for a permission level

  1. Select the category SharePoint | Permission levels.
  2. Select the permission level in the result list. Select Change master data in the task view.

    - OR -

    Click in the result list toolbar.

  3. Enter the required data on the master data form.
  4. Save the changes.

Enter the following properties for a permission level on the master data form:

Table 41: Properties of an Permission Level
Property Description
permissions level Name of the permissions level.
Site Unique identifier for the site the permission level is added to.
Description Spare text box for additional explanation.
Hidden Specifies whether a SharePoint role with the permission level can be assigned to user accounts or groups.
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