Create Aperture Teams
(Beta) As a Super Admin, you can create a team to group cloud apps and restrict admin access to cloud app, incidents and assets on the Aperture service. Instead of granting access to all apps on Aperture, you can assign an admin to a team and grant access to a few apps. To create a Team, you must be logged in as the administrator with the Super Admin role. With the Super Admin role, you can create or edit administrator accounts and assign administrators to teams.
- Create a custom team.
- Select SettingsTeams and Add New Team.
- Enter the Name and select the applications the team will have access to.
- Click Save to create your new team.
- Add an administrator to a team.Only an administrator with a Super Admin role can move other administrators to a team.
- Select SettingsAdmin Accounts and select an administrator.
- Select the team you want to assign the administrator to.
- Save your changes.
- Review the administrators and cloud apps assigned to
- Go to SettingsTeams and select the Team.
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