Overview

If you are an administrator or manage an Organisation with the AAF Virtual Home, this guide will explain how to add new users and groups.

 

Prerequisites

To use the Virtual Home to add, edit and delete users and groups – you must have an account with the Virtual Home that is either linked to an organisation or a standalone.

You must also have sufficient administration privileges over an Organisation or stand-alone credentials which have elevated or sufficient privileges to carry out the aforementioned tasks. If you are an administrator of an organisation and do not have sufficient privileges, please contact support to have your account modified.


Details

To create a group in the Virtual Home, log into the Virtual Home https://vho.aaf.edu.au/dashboard and click on the 'My Organisation' that you are administrator of.



Click the 'Actions' menu (right hand side) and select 'Create Group'.



The add a user to your organisation, please ensure the group has been created first (see instructions above).

Log into the Virtual Home https://vho.aaf.edu.au/dashboard and click on the 'My Group' that you are administrator of. Click the 'Actions' menu (right hand side) and select 'Create User'. The user will then be emailed an invitation link to set up their username and password.




Outcomes

Adding new users will allow access to organisational wide services (Or who whom you grant access) which are attached to your organisational Identity Provider(s) or Service Provider(s) that are registered within the Federation. Account privileges, settings, modification, group settings, activation and deactivation as well as password reset features are all part of elevated privileges.

All users and groups which are created by the administrators of a group of organisation are bound by the Federation rules and are the sole responsibility of the Authorising party. Administrators are solely accountable for the enforcement of adhering to Federation rules.


Links

For more details refer to the Admin guide: https://vho.aaf.edu.au/guides/admin-guide.pdf