Entitlement Owner Tasks

An Entitlement Owner is one one who has responsibility for a given access to a resource, but may not be a supervisor.

A Tour of the Entitlement Overview Page

The Entitlement Overview page displays a summary of all entitlements, confidence scores, and users for which the entitlements owner is responsible. Entitlement owners cannot view the entitlements of other entitlements owners.

The Entitlement Overview page is partitioned into different screen elements:

  • Total Number of Entitlements. Displays the total number of entitlements that the entitlement owner has responsibility for.

  • 'Not-scored Entitlements' & 'Entitlements with No Users'. Displays a list of unscored entitlements with the associated employee count. These unscored entitlements may occur if there are too few users assigned to determine access patterns for scoring confidence scores.

  • Total Number of Users. Displays the total number of users that are assigned the entitlements.

  • Average Confidence Score. Displays the number of confidence scores for high, mid, and low for the chart.

  • Graph of Average Confidence Scores. Displays the Average Confidence Scores versus the Number of Entitlements. You can hover over each circle to see the user's name, average confidence score, and number of entitlements assigned to the user. If you double-click a circle, you can see the user's in the list on the right.

  • Primary Filters. Enable the Remove High Scores from Averages filter to view only the mid and low confidence scores.

  • Application Filters. Enable any of the application filters to determine the type of entitlement in this dataset. Click the Add Filters button to add more filters.

  • List. Displays a full list of assigned entitlements. You can drill down to see the details by clicking on the entitlement's name.

Performing Entitlement Owner Tasks

Follow these steps to check Non-Scored Users or Users with No Entitlements:

  1. On the Entitlement Overview page, click the exclamation point button with the associated number of unscored entitlements, and then click View All to view the list.

  2. Under the Entitlements heading, select an entitlement to see the users associated with it.

  3. In the search menu, select Entitlement, and then enter the specific entitlement to view its details.

Follow these steps to apply filters to your confidence score graphs:

  1. On the Entitlement Overview page, view the average confidence score graph.

  2. On the right, enable Remove High Scores from Average or enable any filter in the Application Filters section.

  3. To add a filter, click a category, and then click Add Filter.

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