|Applies To||RSA ACE/Server|
|Issue||What are ACE/Server site associations used for?|
|Resolution||Using sites allows organizations to add another layer of identification for clients and groups.|
This allows administrators to use the same group and client names for different sites.
For example, there might be a group called "customer support" in both an East Coast and a West Coast site. This makes it easier managing groups because similar groups can have the same names by being under different sites. This also allows for easier reporting, as reports can be run by site.
For more information on sites, see the following links to the ACE/Server Administration Guide for your version:
RSA ACE/Server v 4.1 Administration Manual for NT and UNIX
ACE/Server v 4.0 for Windows NT Administration Manual
ACE/Server v 4.0 for UNIX Administration Manual
ACE/Server v 3.3 for Windows NT Administration Manual
ACE/Server v 3.3.x for UNIX Administration Manual
|Legacy Article ID||a195|