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.
|Add new RadPix Group|
|1||Group ID||System name of group|
|2||Group Name||Friendly name of group|
|3||Users||Number of users in group|
|4||Cases||Number of cases group has access to|
Create New Group
In the above example, Group ID was set to “student”, and Group Name was set to “Student”.
|Group ID||System name of group, must be unique.|
|Group Friendly Name||Name shown to users to select, in this case “Department”, “Resident”, ‘Department Admin”, “Site Admin”.|
|LDAP Group List||Click 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 Roles||Set 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 Roles||Set 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 Roles||Presentation Admin – Administrator functions for live presentations|
User Admin – Manage users
Site Admin – Manage site wide settings
|Other Roles||Case Reviewer – To be implemented|
Case Publisher – To be implemented
|Default tag libraries||Shows tag libraries of this group|
|Users||Displays member users of current group|
|Cases||Displays cases accessible to current group|