A group account is a collection of user accounts with the same access privileges. Offices of any size will have employees who need different levels of access. For example, lab technicians will be the only ones allowed in a laboratory, while office managers and interns might be the only people who need to enter a mailroom. That’s why group accounts are so helpful — and so powerful.
In your access control system, simply group the proper users together into different groups with unique access privileges. By making a specific user account a member of a group, the user obtains all the rights and permissions granted to the group. You and your administrators can save time with group accounts by avoiding the tricky work of defining access at each point for every single cardholder in a space. Simply drop the right users in the right groups and move on with your day.