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Grouper - How to use Grouper

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Introduction and common tasks using Grouper

In this page:

    Sign in

    Sign in to Grouper

    Find the groups you manage

    Under Quick links in the left column, click My groups

    • The Groups I manage tab shows you groups you are a manager of
    • The My memberships tab shows you which groups you are a member of
    • The Groups I can join tab shows groups that you can self-service join as a member

    Add members

    1. Under Quick links in the left column, click My groups
    2. On the Groups I manage tab, click the name of the group you want to add members to from the Group name column
      • Make sure you choose the group with Add in the name.
        For example, to add to "ADSF ECI Appdev Full" click "ASDF ECI Appdev Full Add/Remove."
    3. Click the +Add members button at the top right of the page
    4. Type the name, username, or ID number of the person you would like to add in the Member name or ID field
    5. Click on the correct person from the drop-down list that displays
    6. Click Add

    Remove members

    1. Under Quick Links in the left column, click My Groups
    2. On the Groups I manage tab, click the name of the group you want to remove members from in the Group name column
      • Make sure you choose the group with "Add" in the name
    3. Check the checkbox next to the person you would like to remove
    4. Click the Remove selected members button above the list of members

    View group membership

    1. Under Quick Links in the left column, click My Groups
    2. On the Groups I manage tab, click the name of the group you want to add members to from the Group name column
    3. The list shows everyone who is currently in the group. The Membership column indicates how they were added
      • Direct membership means the user is added directly to this group
      • Indirect membership means the user is a member of another group that is a a member of this group
        • The group that contains indirect members is listed among the members; click its name to see its members
      • View groups that this group is a member of by clicking the More tab and choosing This group’s memberships in other groups

    ADSF, ADS, CMS, and other groups

    ADSF
    Active Directory Shared Folder. These are S or X drives
    ADS
    Active Directory Services. The are groups used to manage access to workstations or other permissions for things connected to AD
    CMS
    Content Management System. These groups are used to manage access to CMS pages as authors or publishers. CMS (Manager) - Grant/Revoke Workspace Permissions
    Others
    Auto-populated Listserv lists and other entitlements will not have a prefix associated with them, but should have descriptive names.

    How to request a Manager change

    Contact the IT Help Desk to request a manager change. Please include the group name and the EMPLID or username of the individual that should be added or removed. Only current managers may request a manager change.

    Listserv

    Email lists populated via Grouper will be processed every morning. This means any changes you make to list membership will not apply until the following day. Other aspects of group management are the same as other Grouper groups.




    Keywords:Grouper   Doc ID:104451
    Owner:Joshua T.Group:IT Knowledge Base
    Created:2020-07-29 09:51 CSTUpdated:2020-10-15 15:53 CST
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