Access Groups help organize your team's computers into separate silos and let you quickly give users access to a group of computers. An Access Group can contain users and computers. Users that are part of an access group will automatically be allowed to connect to all computers in the same access group. A user and computer can be part of multiple access groups if needed.
Example scenario: Lets say you have 3 different office locations New York, LA and Tokyo and you want to give users at each location access to all computers at that location. In this scenario you will create 3 access groups - one for each location. Add all computers and users from New York to the New York access group, LA to the LA access group and Tokyo to the Tokyo access group. This way users at each location will only be allowed to connect to computers at that location.
Create Access Group
To create an access group open up your Teams Dashboard and click Access Groups -> New Access Group. Give the access group and name and click Create. Next, click on the newly created access group in the list of access groups to manage it.
Manage Access Group
To add users and computers to an access group, open up your Teams Dashboard and click Access Groups and then click on the access group you want to manage.
Add computers and users to the access group by clicking Add Users or Computers in the Remote Access Permissions section of the access group and choose who can be part of the access group. Any users you add will be allowed to connect to all the computers listed in the access group.
Remove users or computers from an access group click the three dots on the top right hand corner corner in the Remote Access Permissions section and then click Remove Users and Computers.
To delete an access group click the three dots on the top right hand corner and click Delete Access Group.