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Self Elevation enhancements - Allow cross domain memberships, better filtering, allow favorites

The new Self-Elevation capabilities allow for delegated users to elevate privileges to more than a singular group, but they do not allow you to request a group which isn't in the same domain as the user account being elevated.

Also, the interface requires a user to traverse through the list of management sets/systems/groups rather than:

1. Just showing them what they have access to 
2. Making them navigate, but allowing for a favorite to be set for the group(s) they use most frequently.

We have a complex Active Directory environment and support personnel which exist in all of our regional domains.  Allowing elevation ONLY to groups in which your domain account is a member isn't sufficient for an enterprise deployment.

The interface doesn't lend itself well to this use case either.  To support Active Directory group elevation, you must select a Management Set Name and then a system name.  I can see this being confusing to users who might choose the same information multiple times.  Preferably, you would delegate the elevation capability and let the user search or have a set of favorites so it can cut down on the time it would take to initiate such elevation.

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  • Apr 13 2018
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