Groups in the Proget system are used for quick and convenient allocation of policies, profiles and applications for many users at the same time.
You can create many groups with different settings. One user can belong to several groups, as long as there are no conflicts between groups (i.e. they do not have policies or profiles of the same type).
Should you try to add a user to a group with conflicting policies, you will be informed about the conflicts in the dialog.

The default groups in the Proget system are administrators (admins) and users (users).

Adding groups

To create a new group, go to the Groups tab, and then click the Add group button (All configurations can also be changed after creating a group).

The add group wizard will appear, where you have to enter the necessary information.

In the first window you will have to give a Name to your group. After choosing a name to your liking, click on Next.

Next, you can configure previously created policies that you want to add to this group (adding policies is not required). To add a policy, start by choosing a category and then a specific policy. Double-click the chosen policy or hightlight it and press the arrow button to add it to the group. After adding your policies, click on Next.

On the next screen you can choose previously created profiles to be added to your group (adding profiles is not required). Add profiles by selecting a category and then a specific profile. To add the selected profile to your group, double-click on it or hightlight it and press the arrow button once. After making your selection, click on Next.

On the fourth screen, you can add applications to to the group. An app can be added to a device or a work container if it is supported by the given type of activation (adding an application is not required). To add an application, click on the Add button in the device panel.

In the application selection window, select the checkbox next to the selected application and click on the Save button.

After selecting all apps you wish to add to the group, click on Next.

After completing all of the steps, a summary of your newly created group will be displayed.

Here you can check whether or not the group configuration is to your liking. Click on the Save button to proceed.

From now on you can manage the group you have created in the Groups tab.

Adding a user to the group

In order for your newly created groups to have any effect, it is necessary to assign users to them, preferably users that you will want to manage in a similar way.

Adding users to a group can be done in two ways:

Adding a single user to a group

A single user can be added to the group in his card tab. To do this, go to the Users tab, then search for the user you want to add to the group. Click on the row with his credentials.

You will be redirected to the selected user’s card tab. Click on the Edit groups button to proceed.

The available groups will be displayed in the field on the left. To add a new group to the user, double-click on it or highlight it and click on the arrow button.

You can add multiple groups to one user. Take note that you will receive an error if a group has profiles or policies which are in conflict with profiles already assigned to the user.
After selecting all groups you wish to add to the user, click on the Save button.

You can check the group assignment on the user card in the User groups field or by going to the group view via the Groups tab.

Adding multiple users to a group

You can assign a group to many users at once via the Users tab. To do this, check the boxes in the first column for every user you want to add to the group.

Then select the option Add users to groups from the Field selection options button on the bottom of the screen.

A table will be displayed in which you can select the groups to which users are to be assigned.

After selecting groups with no conflicts with currently assigned groups, you can click the Submit button. After correctly adding groups, information about the completed task will appear.
The users we assigned to the group will now be displayed in the group’s tab. To check this, go to the Groups tab and then select the group.

Setting up group administrators

A group administrator only has access to the users and devices, which are assigned to his group. Users outside of his group are not visible to him. This feature allows you to give team leaders and managers more control over their subordinates without giving them access to devices or users outside of their authority.

To assign an administrator to a group, first create a new group, which will be assigned only to the group administrator. Let’s name it Group admin. After creating the group, assign it to the user you want to make the group administrator. You should also assign the group admin to the group he will be in charge of, otherwise he won’t have the possibility to influence his own devices.

After configuring the groups of our administrator, go to the Settings tab. You will be automatically redirected to the Roles list.

Click on Add a role to create a new role for your group administrator.

Choose a name for the role and select the remaining options as to your liking. After you’re done, click on Submit.

You will be redirected to the list of permissions for this role. Select the Manage groups option to turn on the group administrator feature for this role. After that, click on Add group to assign a group to the role.

An input field will appear, where you can select the group you wish to assign. Enter the name of the group and select it from the dropdown menu.

If you wish, you can assign more than one group to a role. Simply click an Add group again to assign another group.

Assign the permissions you want to give to your group administrator. Take note that the group administrator feature only restricts access to other groups via the Dashboard, User card, Users, Groups and Devices tabs. Other tabs are not affected and still give access to information of users from other groups.

After you’re done with assigning permissions to the role, click on Submit.

Now select the role you just created and click on the Manage groups action.

Select the group your group administrator is assigned to (in our case this would be Group admin) and click on Submit.

The user has now been assigned as the admin of the group.