An explanation as to why you are requesting access to this folder is MANDATORY. Briefly describe the reason in the textbox.
Step 5: Expiration (Optional)
Below the Explanation step click Advanced to make a small field appear. If a user needs permissions for a finite length of time, you can enter the date or the number of days after which you want these permissions to be automatically revoked.
Click on Finish to submit the request.
Once a Permission request has been sent, the authorizer will receive an email stating that the permission request needs to be approved or declined.
Part 1: This contains the link to the Permissions Manager where the authorizer will grant or decline permission to a folder.
Click the link at the top to proceed to the Permission Approval area of the Permissions Manager site.
The top of the screen is very important. It displays the Request Type. In many cases it will be Grant Access, but in some cases it may say Revoke Access.
If a user already has access to a folder and another request is made to revoke access for a user to that folder make sure you are approving the correct action. If you approve a Revoke request, that user will no longer have permission to that folder. If you decline a Revoke request, the means the user will still have their current permissions.
Once a permissions request is approved or declined for a user an email will be sent to that user.
Part 1: The request type (i.e. Grant or Revoke).
Part 3: A link that goes to the permissions site and displays, in more detail, information on the request.
The rest of the email contains additional instructions and information that is useful such as mapping a network drive to a computer and contact information.
If you would like to see who has permissions to a particular folder you can click on the Management tab on the left side of the screen.
Then underneath Management click Directory Authorizer and you will be taken to the management screen.
Under the Managed Directories column click on the folder you would like to look into.
Under the Permissions column the folders you are managing will appear. Click the + next to the name of the folder you are interested in to see all the users with permissions to that folder as well as when their permissions expire.
The other folders that may appear under the initial Directory you picked are groups from the I.S. department. They manage the whole permissions program and are apart of many folders. Do not worry about them being listed under your directories.