Group Management Server already relieves a lot of stress and extra work for IT Administrators. With the latest release, we just made IT admins lives even easier by streamlining the process for creating new AD groups through Group Provisioning.
What does this mean for you?
Think of this everyday scenario: The Marketing Team just started a project and they need a new mailing list for participants. Typically, the project leader would have to submit a request to IT for the new mailing list before they could add members in Group Management Server. With Group Provisioning, the entire process is simplified. Now, the marketing project leader can submit a new group request, including group members, directly through Group Management Server. The IT administrator will receive the request through the Group Management Server interface, and can immediately approve and create the group.
Helpful Tip: Use Group Provisioning alongside Group Membership Expiration to keep your Active Directory free from outdated group clutter.
Conclusion: Group Provisioning = Streamlined group creation.
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