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Identity Manager 8.0 - Identity Management Base Module Administration Guide

Basics for Mapping Company Structures in One Identity Manager Managing Departments, Cost Centers and Locations Working with Dynamic Roles Employee Administration
One Identity Manager Users for Employee Administration Basic Configuration Data for Employees Entering Employee Master Data Employee's Central User Account Employee's Central Password Employee's Default Email Address Disabling and Deleting Employees Assigning Company Resources to Employees Origin of an Employee's Roles and Entitlements Analyzing Role Memberships and Employee Assignments Mapping Multiple Employee Identities Limited Access to One Identity Manager Additional Tasks for Managing Employees Determining an Employee‘s Language Determining an Employee‘s Working Hours Employee Reports
Managing Devices and Workdesks Managing Resources Set up Extended Properties Appendix: Configuration Parameters for Managing Departments, Cost Centers and Locations Appendix: Configuration Parameters for Managing Applications Appendix: Configuration Parameters for Managing Devices and Workdesks Appendix: Authentication Modules for Logging into the One Identity Manager

Basics for Assigning Company Resources

You can assign company resources to employees, devices and workdesks in the One Identity Manager. You can use different assignments types to assign company resources.

Assignments types are:

Direct Assignment

Direct assignment of company resources results from the assignment of a company resource to an employee, device or a workdesk, for example. Direct assignment of company resources makes it easier to react to special requirements.

Figure 5: Schema of a direct assignment based on the example of an employee

Indirect Assignment

In the case of indirect assignment of company resources, employees, devices and workdesks are arranged in departments, cost centers, locations, business roles or application roles. The total of assigned company resources for an employee, device or workdesk is calculated from the position within the hierarchies, the direction of inheritance (top-down or bottom-up) and the company resources assigned to these roles. In the Indirect assignment methods a difference between primary and secondary assignment is taken into account.

Figure 6: Schema of an indirect assignment based on the employee example

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Secondary Assignment

You make a secondary assignment by classifying an employee, a device or a workdesk within a role hierarchy. Secondary assignment is the default method for assigning and inheriting company resources through roles. Specify on the role classes (department, location, cost center, business roles, application role) whether a secondary assignment of company resources to employees, device and workdesk is possible.

Figure 7: Secondary Assignment Inheritance Schema

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