3.2 Setting Up Administrators for Pair and Policy Management

Pairs and policies can be managed by any user with sufficient rights to do so. Some administrators have rights automatically. For example, in a workgroup environment the Administrator user and local users with Administrator privileges can manage pairs and policies on the server. In an Active Directory environment, a Domain Admin user or a domain user with Domain Admin privileges can manage pairs and policies on Dynamic File Services services in the domain.

You can allow other users to manage pairs and policies by adding them as members of the Dynamic File Services group. For information about the group and setting up administrators, see Configuring Administrators for Pair Management in the Dynamic File Services 2.2 Administration Guide.