What is a software user group? A software user group is a group of people who use a particular product or platform to discuss their experiences and gain support. For example, Oracle, IBM and the Android operating system all have user groups.
What are the different user groups?
- Local groups – are the user groups that exist on your Windows computer or device.
- Security groups – have security descriptors associated with them.
- Distribution groups – are useful for distributing emails for users that belong to domains with Active Directory.
What is a user group in technology? A users’ group (also user’s group or user group) is a type of club focused on the use of a particular technology, usually (but not always) computer-related.
What is user and user groups? A user group can have one or more users as members. A user can belong to one or more user groups. A user can be assigned one or more roles. A role can be assigned to one or more users. A role can access one or more resources through permission control.