You can assign users and groups to specific user polices to grant or limit access to features in IBM
About this task
You cannot assign users to the default or anonymous policies. Authenticated users are automatically assigned to the default policies. Unauthenticated users are assigned to anonymous policies.
- Log in to the Integrated Solutions Console.
- Click Sametime System Console.
- Click Manage Policies.
- Click the Sametime component with the policy to which you want to assign a user or a group.
Select a policy name from the list, and click Assign.
Click Add Users or Add Groups.
- Instant Messaging
- Media Manager
At this point you could remove a user from a policy, by selecting the user in the list and then clicking Remove.
Select the criterion for searching for the user or group that you want to add to the policy in the Search by field.
Enter user ID, email address, or name or partial name with wildcard characters (asterisks) of the user or group in the Search for field
Select the number of listings on each search results page in the Maximum results field.
- User ID
- E-mail address
The results display the DN, display name, and email address of the users that matched your search.
Select a user and click Assign.
Sametime Instant Messaging user policy settings
Parent topic: Managing users with policies
You can grant or limit access to features in IBM Sametime
Instant Messaging by enabling or disabling various policies for users. Instant Messaging policy changes take effect in 60 minutes by default.
Meetings user policy settings
You can grant or limit access to features in meetings by enabling or disabling various policies for users. Policy changes take effect immediately.
Media Manager user policy settings
You can grant or limit access to media features in by enabling or disabling various policies for users. Media Manager policy changes take effect in 60 minutes by default.