Network Configuration Manager provides administrative features to manage users, groups, and their memberships.

It is important to note that devices within the application are discovered as a part of Networks, which act as the top level containers. This approach supports Managed Service Provider environments.

Networks, in turn, can have sub-containers such as Sites, Views, and Workspaces. As a result, Network Configuration Manager defines four primary security levels, based on the scope of user access within the application. These levels play an important role in the management of permissions in relation to the Principals.