You can create a different administrator to manage each access group in your configuration.

For example, if your corporate desktop pools are in one access group and your desktop pools for software developers are in another access group, you can create different administrators to manage the resources in each access group.

1 shows an example of this type of configuration.

Table 1. Different Administrators for Different Access Groups

Administrator

Role

Access Group

view-domain.com\Admin1

Inventory Administrators

/CorporateDesktops

view-domain.com\Admin2

Inventory Administrators

/DeveloperDesktops

In this example, the administrator called Admin1 has the Inventory Administrators role on the access group called CorporateDesktops and the administrator called Admin2 has the Inventory Administrators role on the access group called DeveloperDesktops.