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Unranked Groups The Unranked groups are above the Corporate Hierarchy and cannot be deleted or edited. Users belonging to Unranked groups are able to create and edit any ranked or Unranked groups and users if they have the Setup user and group settings privilege. The default groups Administrators, Power Users, Restricted Users, and Standard Users are Unranked. Deleted Ranks If a rank is deleted, groups in this rank are removed from the hierarchy and assigned an orphaned rank. An orphaned rank is the lowest rank possible and is only visible to Unranked and Global users. Unranked and Global users can reassign group ranks at any time. Members of the orphaned rank have no Setup user and group settings privileges but still retain other privileges, e.g. viewing live video. Deleting a rank will also delete all the ranks below it in the Corporate Hierarchy. Remotely synchronized users and groups may become inaccessible. Ranked Site Families Ranks can also be applied to sites that have been organized into families. Once a site has been assigned a rank, all groups, users and device access are subject to the site's rank in the hierarchy. Unranked Groups 18

The Corporate Hierarchy is configured through the parent site and the Global rank is associated with the parent site. For more information, see Connecting Site Families on the next page. Managing Servers in a site A site can contain multiple servers to share settings and tasks across all the servers. For example, users and groups that are added to the site will automatically have access to all linked servers. If you need users and groups to have more detailed access permissions, you can also organize each site into families to better reflect your corporate hierarchy. By default, when a server is first discovered on the network, it is added to the System Explorer as a server in a site of the same name. You can move the server to a different site to share resources. Tip: It is recommended that you plan how your system should be configured before you implement the features described in this section. This will help you avoid unnecessary cleanup and prepare for potential issues. Adding Servers to Sites By default, each site only has one server but you can add multiple servers to a site so that they can be managed together. All servers within the site share settings and are represented as one unit in the System Explorer. Tip: It is recommended that you only add new servers to an existing site to avoid managing a large number of duplicate settings, and more easily configure device connections across the combined site. This procedure is primarily for grouping a number of servers in the same local area network to work together and share settings. If the servers are installed a wide distance apart but only need to share users and group information — you can join the sites together into a site family instead. For more information, see Connecting Site Families on the next page. 1. In the site Setup tab, click . The Site Management tab lists all the sites that you can access and all the servers that are connected to each site. If you do not see the site or server you want to configure, you may need to add the site. For more information, see Discovering Sites on page 82. 2. When you select a server, you will see the available options at the bottom of the screen. 3. To move a server: • Select the server and drag it to a different site. • Or, select the server then click Connect at the bottom-right corner of the tab. In the following dialog box, select the site you want the server to connect to. NOTE: sites without any servers are automatically removed from the list. Once the server is connected to the site, the settings are merged. Managing Servers in a site 19

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