Group Configuration

Creating RadPix groups simplifies how users assign read and update access to cases. Instead of adding a series of individual users to have read access, the case author can just select a RadPix group. For instance, if a group of users is assigned to the group “Faculty”, the read access to a case can be set to the group “Faculty”, instead of adding each user individually.

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Add new RadPix Group
Column numberNameFunction
1Group IDSystem name of group
2Group NameFriendly name of group
3UsersNumber of users in group
4CasesNumber of cases group has access to
5RolesGroup roles

Create New Group

In the above example, Group ID was set to “student”, and Group Name was set to “Student”.

Group IDSystem name of group, must be unique.
Group Friendly NameName shown to users to select, in this case “Department”, “Resident”, ‘Department Admin”, “Site Admin”.

LDAP Group ListClick button to map institutional LDAP groups to RadPix Groups.

Click Add LDAP Group.

Institutional LDAP group “med-students” is mapped to RadPix group “students” which will appear in user selections as “Students” as shown below.
View RolesSet which View permissions for this group.
Anonymous – view public cases
View permission – Group has to have permission to view case.
View any – Typically assigned to administrator. Can view any case.
Update RolesSet which Update permissions for this group.
Update permission – Group has to have permission to update case.
Update any – Typically assigned to administrator. Can update any case.
Admin RolesPresentation Admin – Administrator functions for live presentations
User Admin – Manage users
Site Admin – Manage site wide settings
Other RolesCase Reviewer – To be implemented
Case Publisher – To be implemented
Default tag librariesShows tag libraries of this group
UsersDisplays member users of current group
CasesDisplays cases accessible to current group