The self-service policies in ADSelfService Plus govern what self-service features users can avail. These policies have advanced settings which can be configured to apply restrictions on how users use the self-service features.
It is highly likely that not all users in a domain would require similar self-service permissions and restrictions. Keeping it in mind, ADSelfService Plus has an option to configure OU and group-based self-service policies. You can apply self-service policies to a domain or a group or even an OU.
Additionally, you can assign self-service policies to users based on their attributes as well.
You can prioritize self-service policies so that if a group or an OU falls under multiple self-service policies, the self-service policy with the highest priority will take effect.
We will see more about the settings available in the Advanced Policy Configuration next week.
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