The User/Endpoint Directory is a graphical representation of the organization of your Control Manager network. Control Manager 6.0 Service Pack 3 allows you to organize your network into groups of users or endpoints.
If a local user logs on to a registered endpoint
If they are part of Active Directory and the administrator enables Active Directory integration
Consequently, all endpoints are lumped in the Endpoints tree, with Endpoint Type, Operating System, and Network Connection as default filters. These default trees and grouping can neither be deleted nor renamed.
Users: Offers a list of all users in your managed network
Endpoints: Offers a list of all endpoints and devices in your managed network (from endpoint-based managed products)
Active Directory: Offers a one-to-one mapping of your Active Directory structure
Control Manager supports synchronization of Active Directory domains coming from the same forest.
Filter-based grouping: Use filters to group users or endpoints based on specific characteristics
Tag-based grouping: Use tags to assign users or endpoints manually
Active Directory mapping: Synchronize automatically with your Active Directory server
The timing is based on the time interval setting in the SystemConfiguration.xml.
The default is every 30 minutes, as set by the m_uiCasMcpChildTriggerDataSyncFreqInMin parameter.
Managed entity and physical machine relationship
Corresponding policy of each endpoint entity
Non-Active Directory users in the incident log