Applying the Same Permissions to Multiple Apps

Article Number:040594

You can use "App Groups" to apply the same settings to multiple apps.
By assigning apps to a specific app group, you can apply the same settings to all apps in the app group. This eliminates cumbersome tasks like configuring permissions for each app separately.

To assign apps to a specific app group, perform the following steps.
(1) System Administrator add a new app group
(2) Move apps from the current app group to another one

(1) System Administrator Add a New App Group

In the App Groups, there are two types of pre-defined app groups, which are "Public" and "Private."
If you are a system administrator, you can add new app groups and configure permissions for each app group.

For the detailed steps, refer to the following pages.

You can also configure the default app group. The default app group is an app group where newly created apps automatically belong.

(2) Move Apps from the Current App Group to Another One

If you have not changed the default app group, where newly created apps automatically belong, newly created apps are categorized into the "Public" app group.

By moving apps from the current app group to the new app group that the System Administrator created in step (1), you can apply the permissions configured in the app group to the apps you moved.

To move apps from the current app group to another one, use the "Permissions for App" screen.
For the detailed steps, refer to the following pages.