The groups at Vault One platform are important elements, which help to organize and increase security in terms of privilege accesses in Vault One. In addition, they also support the main admin to visualize resources that users within the groups have.
Before creating groups in Vault One, I recommend you to try to organize on a paper or else, groups of people who will share the same access privileges within your company. Once this is done, you can follow the steps below.
You can create groups manually, adding users one by one, or import groups from Azure.
In the Administration menu, click Groups and then + Add Root Group:
Add the name and Save:
If you want, you can add subgroups to the root groups. To do this, click on the group you want to add a subgroup with the right mouse button:
Add the subgroup name again and repeat this process as many times as you think is necessary.
The criteria for creating groups is up to you, however, we recommend that groups be created with clear identifications, by teams or groups of people who will share access to the same resources.
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