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<p>The PostNuke groups system allows users to be placed into a number of groups,
which can then be used to control access and administrative functions on the
site.</p>

<p>The mapping between users and groups is many-to-many <I>i.e.</I> multiple users
can be in a single group, and each user can be in any number of groups.</p>

<p>This help file covers the administration of the groups system.</p>


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To create a group, select the 'Add A New Group' option from the 'Groups' main
administration page.  Type in the name of the new group, and select the 'New
Group' button.
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	<td class="item" colspan=2>Adding A User to a Group</td>
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	To add a user to a group, select the group name from the 'Groups' main
	adminstration page, and then the 'Add a user to this group' link.  You will be
	given a list of users who are not currently in this group; choose the one that
	you want to add and  select the 'Confirm' button.
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	<td class="item" colspan=2>Removing a User from a Group</td>
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	To remove a user from a group, select the group name from the 'Groups' main
	adminstration page. A list of users who are currently in the group is shown; to
	remove a user select the 'Delete' link next to the user's name.
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	<td class="item" colspan=2>Renaming a Group</td>
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	<td class="item-desc" colspan=2>To rename a group, select the group name from the 'Groups' main administration
	page, and select the 'Modify Group' link.  Rename the group as desired, and
	then select the 'Rename group' button.
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	<td class="item" colspan=2>Deleting a Group</td>
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	To delete a group, select the 'Delete' link next to the group that you wish to
	delete from  the 'Groups' main administration page.
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