You can duplicate user groups that are stored in the internal database. When you duplicate a user group, you create a user group with identical user group information, which means information such as the identity source and security domain are the same as in the original user group. The duplicate user group, however, does not have any users assigned to it.
You can configure RSA Authentication Manager so that a duplicated user group is still associated with the same authentication agents as the original user group. For instructions, see Maintain Authentication Agent Associations in a Duplicated User Group.
If you want to duplicate a user group that is stored in an LDAP directory, you must use the native LDAP directory interface.
In the Security Console, click Identity > User Groups > Manage Existing.
Click the user group that you want to duplicate, and select Duplicate.
In the User Group Name field, assign a new user group name, and make any other necessary changes to the new user group.
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