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Alfresco 4 Enterprise Content Management Implementation by Pallika Majmudar, Rajesh R Avatani, Snehal Shah, Jayesh Prajapati, Munwar Shariff, Vinita Choudhary, Vandana Pal, Amita Bhandari

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Managing user groups

Alfresco comes with two default user group called EVERYONE and ALFRESCO_ADMINISTRATORS. The EVERYONE group logically includes all the system users irrespective of the groups they belong to. This is useful to give read access to EVERYONE on certain common spaces for example, HR Policies and so on. You can create and manage your own groups. In order to create groups, log in to Alfresco Explorer as an administrator. ALFRESCO_ADMINISTRATORS group by default includes admin user. If you want to give multiple users admin rights then add the users to this group.

Creating groups and subgroups

Before adding a group or subgroup (hierarchical groups), you will need to finalize group names. The group name (identifier) should be unique and ...

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