Users must always be linked to a security group. This will allow you to assign them specific roles, organizational and geographical units.
For more information on roles, the tables in the following page present the different operations available according to a user's role(s): Adobe Campaign Standard authorizations.
To restrict a user's access, do not add the user to the Campaign Standard users group as this is linked to All geographical and organizational units.
In the Admin console, security groups are referred as profiles and tenants as products.
You can create your own security groups if the out-of-the-box groups are not enough to manage your users. They can be managed by Administrators that have access to both Adobe Campaign administration menus and the Admin console. For more information on the Admin console, refer to this documentation.
Here, we first need to assign the two out-of-the-box groups Standard user and Administrator to our users. These security groups will restrict some functionalities of Adobe Campaign: the Standard User has basics access to Adobe Campaign whereas the Administrator can access the administration menus for example.
Note that any changes made to security groups on the admin console will be synchronized as soon as users log into Adobe Campaign.
Then, we want to create a set of security groups Europe and France that will restrict some products depending on the geographical units of our Standard user and Administrator.
Once your two users are attached to the Administrators and Standard users out-of-the-box security groups which assign roles to our users, the Administrator user can now create the two security groups France and Europe that will assign geographical units to our users in addition to the out-of-the-box security groups.
Type the Profile name by following this exact syntax: Campaign Standard- tenantname - ID of the security group and click Done.
If the above syntax doesn't seem to work with an older instance, it needs to be replaced by Campaign - tenantname - ID of the security group.
In the Assign Products tab, select your tenant then your previously created security groups Europe from the drop-down list.
The newly created security groups are now created in the Admin console. For them to be completely synced, you also need to create them in Adobe Campaign.
The Administrator user has to create the set of security groups that are used to assign geographical units: Europe and France. To learn how to create geographical or organizational units, see Creating and managing units .
If users are removed from a security group in the admin console, they will remain part of the Adobe Campaign security group and will no longer be able to log in Adobe Campaign. In this case, remove the users' email addresses in the admin console to prevent them from receiving sensitive information.