Target groups refer to the set of devices on which particular Privilege Manager rules are applied. You can choose to build a broad target group that includes all or most devices in your environment. You can also build target groups that direct rules to a subset of devices, or even to a single device. Target groups can be based on Active Directory domains, organization units, groups, single agents, and single devices. They can also be built from Azure Active Directory tenants, groups, single agents, and single devices.
During your initial Privilege Manager setup, you create target groups by choosing devices. After defining your default Privilege Manager configuration, you can view, add, edit, and delete the target groups that will follow your management rules on the Target Groups page. This is also where you can edit client settings, including passwords, associated with a target group.