A high-level overview of the Groups page in Ivanti Neurons.
The Groups page allows a user to create organizational (and permission-based) folders within Ivanti Neurons. By default, Ivanti Neurons places all new assets into the Default Group. Ivanti Neurons recommends creating several groups to move assets into, leaving the Default Group as a place to quickly find new hosts/assets as they are scanned and surfaced in Ivanti Neurons. You can create groups based on asset type, location, team, etc. Assets can belong to multiple groups.
Who can use the Groups page?
The ability to view the Groups page is available to users with the Core Read IAM privilege. The ability to create, modify, delete groups and view all groups regardless of membership is housed in the following IAM privilege:
- Group Control: Create, modify, and delete groups. Can view all groups regardless of their group membership.
This privilege is provided in the Administrator and Data Manager Foundational Roles and the Group Owner Supplemental Role. It can also be added to a custom IAM role.
Navigate to the Organize > Groups page.
Filters: As with other pages in Ivanti Neurons, you can apply filters to the Groups page.
Card View Toggle: You can change the Groups page to a card view that displays the Ivanti RS³ score for each group prominently. For more information, see Toggling Between the Groups Page's Card and List Views.
Refresh: Click to refresh the page to view any changes made.
Export: Export row information for the selected group(s).
Create: Click to create a new group. For more information, see Creating a Group.
Edit Group: Click to edit either the selected group's name and description or the group’s custom properties. For more information on changing the name and description, see Editing a Group. For more information on custom group properties, see Editing Custom Group Properties.
Delete Group(s): Click to delete the selected groups. For more information, see Deleting a Group.
Assign to Users: After selecting one or more groups, you can assign users to groups. After assigning users to groups, that assignee can see the group and its corresponding hosts/findings.
Sorting Drop-Down List: This list allows the groups to be sorted in a variety of ways.
Column Sort: Click a column to sort your groups using that column’s data. Click the column again to change the sort from ascending to descending and vice versa.
List View Settings: Click this button to change the list view column’s order, hide/show available page columns, and change the list view’s appearance.