Managing Private Resources

Sometimes it is necessary for a manager to view or modify the private resources owned by another user. For example, when employees leave the company and their status is set to inactive, their private resources may need to be deleted or transferred to another user. It can also be useful for managers to have access to the private resources of the groups they manage in order to share resources or troubleshoot procedures. Managers and Domain Group Administrators have access to this feature. Managers can access the private resources of all users. Group Administrators can access the private resources of the users in their Domain groups.

You can perform most actions on non-output resources owned by other users, such as FOCEXECs, and schedules. For output resources, such as PDFs or Libraries, your abilities are limited to deleting the resources or changing their titles.

You can view and manage private resources by domain or by user or group.