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Multiple Users in Console One

We routinely have to duplicate one user's Memberships or GW lists, but
not often enough to create a Role. In NWAdmin, we had to pull up UserA,
try to remember the properties, then duplicate them in UserB.

I had no idea that in Console One, one could right-click on UserA and go
into Properties, then right-click on UserB and go into Properties at the
same time. This is a huge time-saver.

No need to reply to this, I'm just passing this on for folks who are as
ignorant as I was (am)....

Brian Simpson
Grove Park Inn

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Multiple Users in Console One

Brian,


> I had no idea that in Console One, one could right-click on UserA and go
> into Properties, then right-click on UserB and go into Properties at the
> same time. This is a huge time-saver.


Thanks for the tip - I wasn't aware of it either.

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