To increase the security and manageability of your View environment, you should follow best practices when managing administrator users and groups.
Create new user groups in Active Directory and assign View administrative roles to these groups. Avoid using Windows built-in groups or other existing groups that might contain users who do not need or should not have View privileges.
Keep the number of users with View administrative privileges to a minimum.
Because the Administrators role has every privilege, it should not be used for day-to-day administration.
Choose a local Windows user or group to have the Administrators role.
Because it is highly visible and easily guessed, avoid using the name Administrator when creating administrator users and groups.
Create access groups to segregate sensitive desktops and farms. Delegate the administration of those access groups to a limited set of users.
Create separate administrators that can modify global policies and View configuration settings.