Authenticated users of your enterprise have a website available, called GroupwebService, in which they can enter themselves as a member of any available group.
Example: Your enterprise policies define that each of your users may decide whether or not to receive spam. You are using an AntiSpam application that reads the memberships of a group to define which users should be protected with regard to spamming. With GroupwebService you permit users to add themselves to the group or to withdraw from them.
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- Access rights
Use the model recommended by Microsoft to manage resource accesses about groups.
- Access rights management
Relieve your IT administrators in cases in which a user may decide on access.
- Group membership
Provide an attractive web site to the users that enables them to attain group membership.
Control the processes with administrative reports.
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- User self-government
- Free of charge
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Using groups to control permissions
Your enterprise uses the Active Directory group model to grant access to resources via memberships. In some groups the users may themselves decide on membership.
Example: Access to a certain data dictionary is protected by a group permission. However, basically everybody may access this directory.
Using groups to control application accesses
Your enterprise uses Active Directory groups whose memberships are read out by other applications.
Example: An AntiSpam application reads the memberships of a group to define which users should be protected with regard to spamming.