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Results returned are case insensitive. However, results ranking takes case into account and assigns higher scores to case matches. Therefore, a search for "cats" followed by a search for "Cats" would return the same number of Help topics, but the order in which the topics are listed would be different.
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Two or more words in the same topic
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- Controlling user access and security
- Micro Focus proprietary records
- Ongoing maintenance
- Environment record
- Application profiles
- Approval delegation
- User roles
- Capability word model
- Operator passwords
- License tracking
- Folder entitlement
The Service Management process can meet best practices when employees involved in the process are assigned user roles in your IT organization. For information on the Service Management organizational model of user roles for best practices, see Service Manager Processes and Best Practices in the related topics.
A user role is a template that combines a collection of application profiles, security roles, and capability words into a single record. Service Manager provides out-of-box user role descriptions with appropriate capability words and application profiles that define a variety of business functions or roles. By defining and assigning user role descriptions, a System Administrator can grant an operator the capability words and application profile required for a particular job.
The Service Management process consists of the following user roles:
- User roles: Service Manager Administration
- User roles: Change Management
- User roles: Configuration Management
- User roles: Incident Management
- User roles: Knowledge Management
- User roles: Problem Management
- User roles: Release Management
- User roles: Request Management
- User roles: Service Catalog
- User roles: Service Desk
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