Adding notes on specific events on your groups can be very helpful with IT audits.
Tis articles helps you change the ownership type of a group's additional owners.
This article demonstrates the process of changing the logo on the GroupID Authentication screen.
This article helps you to set semi-private as the default security type for groups.
This article helps you to escape wildcard characters while you are doing searches in the Self Service portal.
This article helps you to add a multi-valued Active Directory attribute to the Self-Service portal.
This article helps unauthenticated users to send emails to distribution lists.
This article helps you to resolve an issue where members in a group are shown as a blank entry.
To enforce users to specify a primary owner while creating a group and ensure that the owner is not removed afterwards.
This article helps to enforce a naming convention on groups while they are being created so that an organization approved naming format can be used
With this setting enabled, the respective object (group, user, contact) receives an email notification of any changes that any user makes to it.
If someone is an indirect owner of group(s) through nested ownership, this article helps them to show such groups under 'My Groups' in Self-Service portal.
This article explains how you can generate a report on mail-enabled groups and the number of members they have with nesting in them.
This article helps the GroupID admin to bulk import Smart Groups using an LDAP criterion via a csv source file.
This article helps you to enable group owner suggestion in the Self-Service portal.
This article allows you to change the default naming convention for Dynasties.
This article helps you to allow or prevent users from sending emails to a Dynasty.
This article helps you to find out which directory groups you are a member of.
This article helps to either show specific group expiration options to users or make the setting non-editable.
You have mistakenly deleted some of your distribution lists. This articles helps you to restore them back via Recycle Bin.
This article helps GroupID Admins to restrict users to send messages to a distribution list.
This article helps you change the security type of groups in bulk.
This articles describes how to create a report on distribution list usage.
This articles helps you to join or leave a group on behalf of another user.
The article helps you import members to a group from an external data source using GroupID Automate.
This article helps you to change the owner for multiple groups using GroupID Management Console or GroupID Management Shell.
This article describes how to assign ownership to orphan groups in a domain and transfer group ownership from one recipient to another.
This article helps you to make sure that new groups that are created using GroupID must have one or more additional owners.
This article explains how to create a Smart Group for users with AD accounts created in the last 30 days.
This article describes how to set an expiry policy for a single group, for an OU, or for all groups in a domain.
This article discusses the classification of groups as Managed and Unmanaged.
This article describes some best practices for controlling group membership
This article explains how we can bulk export the owners and additional owners of directory groups to a csv file.
This article explains how we can remove the disabled users from the include list in bulk from smart groups.
This article explains how we can add or remove users from the Include\Exclude lists of a specific group through GroupID Management Shell commands.
This article explains how you can promote an additional owner of a group to its primary owner using the Orphan Group Update job.
This article explains how you can mail-enable groups in bulk using GroupID Management Shell.
This article provides step-by-step instructions to set the ‘Do Not Notify’ option for a group’s additional owners.
This KB guides you on how to replace the managers’ distinguished name in the display name of child dynasties with the CN of managers.