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Target Details table

The Target Details table is displayed at the bottom of the Target Details page. It displays information on the granted and not granted targets for the permission.

The following information appears listed in the table:

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Use this drop-down menu to filter the listed targets by Granted (target type) only (default), Not Granted (target type) only, or All (target types).

Hovering over this icon displays a search box used to locate a specific target. To use the field, start typing in the field to search according to name or location. The table will automatically update to display results that match.

(Target type)

This displays the name of the target.

Location

This column displays the location of the parent node for the target.

Granted

This is the status of the target. Granted targets are indicated with a , and not granted targets are indicated with a .

These buttons appear if more than one page is required to list the targets. Use the arrow buttons to move back and forth between pages.

Introduction to Affected Objects

The Affected Object page is used for displaying the affected and unaffected objects associated with a rule or entitlement. This page is displayed by clicking on the expanded information for any of the rules listed on the Account Evaluation Details page.

Affected Object page

To display the Affected Object page, click on the value in the Affected (object type) column for an expanded rule or entitlement listed on the Account Evaluation Details page. The Affected Object page is used for listing the affected and unaffected objects associated with the rule.

The following information appears on this page:

(Account name)

This pane displays the name and information regarding the account. Increased high risk accounts are indicated by a . New high risk accounts are indicated by a icon.

(Rule name)

This displays the name and information regarding the rule. A rule that resulted in an increased risk level for an existing high risk account is indicated by a icon. A new high risk rule that is associated with the account is indicated by a icon. An icon will also appear next to the permissions to indicate the change to the entitlements.

(Object type) affected

This displays the percentage of this object type (for example, Group or OrganizationalUnit) impacted by this rule. The total number of affected objects appears beneath the percentage.

(Object type) unaffected

This displays the percentage of this object type (for example, Group or OrganizationalUnit) not impacted by this rule. The total number of unaffected objects appears beneath the percentage.

The table at the bottom of the page displays specific information regarding the affected and unaffected objects. For more information, see Affected Object table.

Affected Object table

The Affected Object table is displayed at the bottom of the Target Details page. It displays information on the affected and unaffected objects associated with a rule.

The following information appears listed in the table:

Show

Use this drop-down menu to filter the listed objects by Affected (object type) only (default), Unaffected (object type) only, or All (object type).

Hovering over this icon displays a search box used to locate a specific object. To use the field, start typing in the field to search according to name or location. The table will automatically update to display results that match.

(Object type)

This displays the name of the affected object.

Location

This column displays the location of the parent node for the object.

Permission Target

This column displays where the permission is inherited from. In cases where the permission is inherited directly from the listed object it will appear blank.

Affected

This is the status of the object. Affected objects are indicated with a , and unaffected objects are indicated with a .

These buttons appear if more than one page is required to list the objects. Use the arrow buttons to move back and forth between pages.

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