|Installed Module:||System Roles Module|
Use this task to individually group application packages for employees, workdesks and role. Employees and workdesks can obtain application packages directly or by inheriting them over company structures. It is also possible to request application packages through the IT Shop.
NOTE: Applications where the option Only use in IT Shop is set, can only be assigned to system roles that also have this option set.
To assign an application to system roles
Assign system roles in Add assignments.
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Remove system roles from Remove assignments.
When you assign a system role to employees, the applications are inherited by those employees.
You can define the logical and physical dependencies of application in the One Identity Manager.
You can define logical dependencies when you want to specify which applications should be additionally installed in association with an application installation. You can create an exclusion list of applications that should not be installed together on a workstation because of problems that may occur in functionality. This avoids installing two incompatible applications for a user.
To specify logical dependencies
Specify the physical dependencies when a particular installation sequence must be followed or when an application requires another application as installation prerequisite. This might be the case for patches or service packs, for example.
To specify physical dependencies
This means that the required application must be installed before the selected application.
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 an group
Assign extended properties in Add assignments.
The view- OR -
Remove extended properties from Remove assignments.
For more detailed information about using extended properties, see the One Identity Manager Identity Management Base Module Administration Guide.
An application can only be deleted when it is no longer assigned to an employee, a workdesk or a business role.
To delete an application