You can use the TrueSight console to add, edit, and delete a group. You can also create a parent group and child groups under the parent group.
Go to Configuration > Groups and click action menunext to Group Configuration.
The Create Group icon is visible only on the Manual Groups tab. You cannot perform add, update, or delete operations on synchronized groups because these groups are automatically synchronized from Infrastructure Management.
Specify information as per the following table:
A name for the group you are creating.
The group name must be within 60 characters.
|Description||A brief description of what the group was created for.|
|Parent Groups||Select the parent group if you want the newly created group to be a child of this parent group. You can choose more than one parent group.|
Select the child group that must belong to the newly created group. You can select either a manual or automatically synchronized group as a child group. You can select more than one group as a child group.
You can select a child group from a list of manual and automatically synchronized groups. The automatically synchronized group names are displayed along with their associated Infrastructure Management server names enclosed in the parentheses as shown in the following screenshot.
|Assigned Devices||Select the devices that must be a part of the group. You can search for devices by entering a string in the Search for Device field and clicking Search. All devices that contain the string in their names are displayed. You can also select the Add All Devices check box if you want all the devices to be a part of the group. The devices that are displayed are streamed from Infrastructure Management and AppVisibility.|
|Assigned Monitor Instances|
Select the monitor instances that must be a part of the group. You can search for monitor instances by entering a string in the Search for Monitors field and clicking Search. All monitor instances that contain the string in their names are displayed. You can also select the Add All Monitors check box if you want all the monitor instances to be a part of the group. The monitor instances that are displayed are streamed from Infrastructure Management.
The Monitor Instances part shows the absolute path, only when Show absolute path for the Monitor Instances is enabled under User Preferences.
If Show absolute path for the Monitor Instances is not enabled, the path is displayed as <Server Host Name>:System Paging
If Show absolute path for the Monitor Instances is enabled, the path is displayed as <Server Host Name>:Windows Operating System/System Paging. Notice the Windows Operating System/System Paging in the path.