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Managing
BlackBerry UEM
administrators, users, and groups

This guide provides instructions and details for creating and configuring administrator accounts, user accounts, and groups to manage your organization's
BlackBerry UEM
environment.
Task
Description
Configure how administrators and users authenticate with the
UEM
consoles, including password complexity, login notices, session timeout limits, and options like directory-based authentication and single sign-on.
Use preconfigured administrator roles or create custom roles to configure the level of control and permissions that administrators have in the management console.
Create administrator users to manage your organization's
UEM
environment.
Create user accounts in
UEM
directly or create user accounts from your organization's company directory.
Create user groups to apply settings and configurations to multiple users.
Create device groups to apply settings and configurations to specific device types.
Create shared device groups to allow multiple users to share an
iOS
device.
Create public device groups to manage single-purpose
iOS
or
Android Enterprise
devices that are locked to a specific set of apps.
Create shared
iPad
groups to allow multiple users to sign in to and use a shared
iPad
device.
Use
UEM
to perform management actions for
Chrome OS
devices.
Allow users to access
UEM Self-Service
to perform self-service device management tasks.
Use roles to manage end-user permissions for
UEM Self-Service
.
Modify the list of user accounts in the management console to suit your needs.