Adding and managing access groups

You can enable access control to specific entities, such as domains, report groups, views, view groups, task groups, and cost pools, by using Access groups.

Use the Access groups page in the TrueSight Capacity Optimization console to add or delete access groups, view a summary of the currently defined access groups, and to assign access groups to user accounts. From this page, you can configure an access group for domains, report groups, task groups, or cost pools. 

To configure an access group for views or view groups, use the Capacity Views page in the TrueSight console. For more information, see Editing and deleting views

Adding a new access group

 You can add a new access group by performing the following steps:

  1. Log in to the TrueSight Capacity Optimization console. 

  2. Click Administration Users > Access groups. 

  3. Click Add access group on the top of the table in the Access groups page and enter the following information:

    FieldDescription
    NameType unique name for the access group.
    DescriptionType brief description for the access group.
    Access group assignmentSelect any one:
    • Assign this access group by default to all users: To assign this access group to all users on their login.
    • Assign this access group automatically to external users having external group names matching the below list: To assign this access group to the external users that have external names matching with the names specified in the External names box. Users are assigned this access group on their login. When you select this option, the External names box is enabled.
    External namesIf you have external authentication (Remedy SSO or LDAP), you can specify the names of Remedy SSO or LDAP groups to associate with this access group, separated by a semi-colon (";"). For instance, if you specify BMC external users as the external name for an access group, all external users that have external name mapping to BMC external users will be automatically assigned the corresponding access group on logging in to TrueSight Capacity Optimization.

  4. Click Save.

Configuring an access group

You can configure an access group to specify the elements, such as domains, report groups, task groups, and cost pools that will be available to the members of an access group.

To configure an access group, follow these steps:

  1. Click the access group name in the Access groups table.
  2. On the Visible Entities table, click Edit, and select Edit domains, Edit report groupsEdit task groups, or Edit cost pools.
    info The Edit cost pools option is available only if  TrueSight Cloud Cost Control is installed and at least cost pool is created. 
    For information about the license entitlement for TrueSight Cloud Cost Control, see  License entitlements.

  3. Depending on the element selection in the previous step, select the specific element values.
  4. (Only for report groups) Select the Recurse on contained report groups check box if you want to import all the contained domains or report groups respectively. 
  5. Click Save.
  6. (Optional) Repeat step 3 to step 5 to add another element to the access group.

Additional information

When editing an access group, you can delete single items or groups. Deleting a group also removes all its descendants. Similarly, if you create a sub-domain under one of the domains allowed by an access group, all members of the group will be able to access it.

Editing or deleting an access group

You can edit or delete an access group by performing the following steps:

  1. Click an access group to edit or delete from the Access groups table. Alternately, you can also click the  buttons to perform these actions directly.
    The detail page for the selected access group is displayed in the working area, listing all activities associated with the account.
  2. Click Edit or Delete.
    For Edit, the Edit access group page is displayed. Make changes, and click Save.
    Clicking Delete will present a confirmation and information (only if you click the buttons directly) box. Click Proceed to delete the selected access group.

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