Use Address Manager User Groups to organize users and to assign and control access rights. For example, you can create user groups that describe an organizational structure by categorizing users based on the tasks they perform in Address Manager. Access rights that you assign to the user group apply to all users in that group. You can also assign access rights to users individually, if needed.
If you already have users defined in a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) system, such as Microsoft Active Directory, you can add LDAP user groups from your existing system to Address Manager. This makes it easy to manage all of your users in a single place and eliminates the need to create and maintain users in Address Manager. For more information on using LDAP user groups in Address Manager, refer to Adding LDAP user groups.