You can manage different types of objects—such as applications, computers, network devices, domains, databases, secrets, services, and accounts—by organizing them into logical collections called sets. Organizing objects by using attributes they have in common simplifies management and reporting for the set members.
Most objects have predefined sets that you can use as filters. For example, there are predefined sets for local, domain, database, and multiplexed accounts. You can also create custom sets by manually adding and removing members or by defining queries. If you add a set, you can view and modify the set details and grant permissions to other users.
For more information about working with sets, see the following topics:
- Adding system sets
- Adding domain sets
- Adding database sets
- Adding secret sets
- Adding service sets
- Adding account sets
- Managing application sets
- Managing accounts in a set
- Rotating passwords in a set on demand
For more information about viewing and modifying sets and set members, see the following topics: